Blogs

We Are Not A Target: World Humanitarian Day, August 19

by Abdihamid Warsame, Faculty of Epidemiology and Public Health   It was about 3 o’clock on a Saturday afternoon last October when the attack occurred. I was hunched over a humanitarian health report as I had been for the past few hours, when the ground suddenly and violently shook beneath my feet. It felt like […]

Medals4MigrantHealth

Medals4MigrantHealth: Migrants at risk under NHS hostile environment with 150% charges for basic care, including £5000 charges for maternity care by Dr Sara L Nam, PhD, Registered Midwife, Technical Specialist in Reproductive and Sexual Health, Options and LSHTM Alumni. The right to health is one we expect in the UK and upon which the NHS […]

Global Mental Health Conference & The Lancet Prize

By Dr. M. Tasdik Hasan MBBS, MPH(Epidemiology), CCD (BIRDEM), PGDDM (DU) MSc Candidate, Global Mental Health, King’s College London & London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine   The Global Mental Health Conference is an annual event showcasing the latest research on the many and varied challenges of mental health around the world. It was […]