Global Health Lab
The European Centre on the Health of Societies in Transition (ECOHOST) at LSHTM and The Lancet have teamed up to present Global Health Lab, a series of focussed discussions on key global health challenges facing the international community today. Global Health Lab aims to provide a forum for lively debate and to exchange ideas that will push forward both research and policy agendas.
** GHLab discussions are FREE and OPEN to ALL **
12 November: Is Global Health Neocolonialist?
08 October: What is the contribution of human rights to global health? Human rights provide a powerful discourse and means to promote and protect health and well being. Read more and watch the podcast . . .
16 March: After the MDGs: Where is health on the Post-2015 Agenda?
05 February: The Global Burden of Disease Study 2010: What are the benefits and challenges?
11 December: How is organised crime a global health issue?
6 November: What is the role of faith-based organizations in global health?
16 October: Can WHO survive? The World Health Organization (WHO) was founded in 1948, but it is now fighting for its survival. Read more and watch the podcast . . .
20 March: Does development assistance help or hinder?
28 February: Are conspiracy theories the greatest threat to global health?
24 January: What has feminism done for global health?
13 December: Is the welfare state sustainable with an ageing society?
1 November: How are Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC) engaging with the global health agenda?
4 October: Where next? NCD prevention and control after the UN High Level Meeting
6 September: The Arab Spring: A new awakening for public health?
** Contact us via email: GHLab@lshtm.ac.uk
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