Teaching on disability is undertaken through lectures and seminars on MSc courses, and a series of internal and external short courses held at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
"I was attracted to the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine by the content of the work and research being conducted by the International Centre on Evidence in Disability (ICED) which I have been subscribing to since its inception."
– Israel (MSc student with a disability)
“ICED represents a rich and diverse collaboration, with disability and the quest for equality, as the foundation for its innovative and practical based research activities. At doctoral level, a great environment from which to learn and contribute!”
– Mark (DrPh student)
“Whilst looking for an institution to study a research degree and take my career to the next level, LSHTM stood out thanks to the International Centre for Evidence on Disability. It said to me that the school is at the forefront of both existing and emerging trends in global health – most other leading global health universities do not seem to have caught on to the great need for research and study in this field”
– Antony (DrPh student)
Teaching on disability
Lectures on disability are included in the following Master's courses:
- MSc Public Health for Eye Care
- MSc Tropical Medicine & International Health
- Msc Global Mental Health
And also in the Professional Diploma in Tropical Nursing.
ICED also supports MSc students undertaking their summer dissertation. Each year more than 10 LSHTM MSc students are undertaking dissertations focusing on disability.
ICED Dr PH
- Antony Duttine
- Sabrina Ebert
- Satish Mishra
- Tim O'Fallon
- Giulia Oggero
- Phil Sheppard
- Dorothy Boggs (staff)
- Goli Hashemi
- Emma Jolley
- David Musendo
- Veronika Reichenberger (staff)
- Danae Rodriguez
- Jane Wilbur (staff)
- Maria Zuurmond (staff)
LSHTM doctoral students supported by ICED staff:
- Casey Crow (PHP)
- Marie McGrath (EPH)
Affiliated PhDs (registered at other universities, with ICED supervisor)
- Stephene Maende (Uni of Nairobi)
- Qhayiya Magaqa (Oxford)
- Tila Mainga (Zambart)
- Florence Ndagire (Makerere Uni)
- Queen Seketi (Zambart)
- Dr Suresh Kumar (India Alliance Wellcome DBT Early Career Fellow)
- Dr Vidya Ramkumar (India Alliance Wellcome DBT Intermediate Fellow)
- Professor Dewet Swanepoel (Newton Advanced Fellowship)
Public Health Planning for Hearing Impairment (PHPHI) short course
- More information
This course will be worthwhile if you are an Otologist, Audiologist, Paediatrician or allied hearing health professional, health planner or NGO worker, working or intending to work in a low or middle income country.
The course is taught by lecturers and experts in the field of hearing and public health. Teaching is conducted through a mixture of interactive lectures, case studies, discussions and group activities.
In 2020, all the current courses were converted to completely on-line or hybrid courses.
2022 Public Health Planning for Hearing Impairment course schedule:
- June: Harare, Zimbabwe
- July: Nairobi, Kenya
- October: Manila, Philippines; Antananarivo, Madagascar; Lusaka, Zambia
- November : Hyderabad, India
- November/December: Islamabad, Pakistan
Contact: For more information about PHPHI short courses please contact Joanna Jeremy