These stories have been written by LSHTM researchers, the Public Engagement team or members of the community and chronicle some of the many ways in which we engage the public with our research.
Elevating the voices of expectant parents during the COVID-19 pandemic
Promoting an inclusive and respectful conversation around the impact of COVID-19 on pregnancy, childbirth, and new parenthood.
Together in Spirit: A video to support social distancing among young people in the UK
Sharing young people’s experiences of social distancing in the UK.
2020 Public Engagement Small Grants Scheme awardees announced
Find out more about the public engagement projects we have recently funded.
Innovative Public Engagement: 2016 Small Grants Scheme awardees
Read about exciting projects taking place in the UK, Malawi, Ghana, Pakistan, Nigeria and Mexico.
Infectious curiosity about infection research
Engaging about all things ‘contagious’ at Science Museum Lates.
Dancing, dialogues & data at the Bloomsbury Festival
Bringing tales of public health & biomedical tools to life through stories, dance and play in our local community.
A level students go from molecules to cells to insects
Immersing young people in lab-based research techniques with real-world applications.
Getting malaria? Facing the facts on world health day
Sharing our wealth of experience with parliamentarians to encourage stronger action against malaria globally.
Prestigious public engagement grants awarded to School researchers
Adam Kucharski and Rashida Ferrand's engaging projects with young people in the UK and Zimbabwe.
PhD student receives Queen’s Young Leaders award
Shivani Mathur Gaiha’s inspirational & innovative mental health arts programme led by young people in India.
Inspiring healthy living at Route 39 Academy
A school Governor discusses the value of researchers engaging with young people about their career & research.
Students show off their science projects
The story of one of the 1st Public Engagement Small Grants Scheme projects, told by a teacher at Steven Tito Academy in Tanzania.
What do young people want to know?
Carmen Denman discusses her engagement with young people during ‘I’m a Scientist, get me out of here!’.
How have public health messages changed?
An exploration of how public health messaging has changed over time using film and discussion.