The New Barbarianism is a CSIS Global Health Policy Center original feature documentary (58 minutes) that examines the crisis, its causes, the limited international response and possible ways forward through dozens of interviews and original footage obtained from inside Syria, Yemen and Afghanistan. It builds on several years of prior GHPC work on the intersection […]
Applications Open for 2018 Entry LSHTM is delighted to announce that the Executive Programme for Global Health Leadership is now accepting applications for September 2018 entry. This bespoke initiative for experienced professionals nurtures and develops leadership, negotiation and diplomacy skills through a tailored mentorship and coaching programme. Dedicated, personalised support enables participants to develop effective […]
In October 2017, the Health in Humanitarian Crises Centre at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine was commissioned by the MoPH in Afghanistan, with financial support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to provide technical expertise to support the MoPH on the development of a new BPHS. More details here.
Health System Assessment in Humanitarian Crises This course will familiarise participants with a health systems approach to health care for communities in low- and middle-income countries affected by humanitarian crises, through using practical interactive examples and case studies, and taught by experts who come from or have lived and worked in low- and middle-income countries during […]
Karl Blanchet co-edited with Don de Savigny and Taghreed Adam a handbook on health systems research methodologies presenting 11 methods to understand how health systems function and react to shocks (such as armed conflicts and disease outbreak). More details here
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is to lead a major project that aims to strengthen the support given to victims of humanitarian crises, such as war or natural disasters. Read more.
Karl Blanchet has accepted to become a member of the Editorial Committee of the French journal “Humanitarian Alternatives“
Date: Tuesday 11 July 2017 Time: 4:30pm to 6:30pm Venue: John Snow Lecture Theatre, LSHTM, Keppel Street London, WC1E 7HT, UK Overview: The global effort to respond to the 2014-2016 Ebola outbreak was visibly partitioned by colonial-era ties with aid and support flowing from the United Kingdom to Sierra Leone, the United States to […]
Special issue coordinated by Bayard Roberts and Francesco Checchi available here.