The University of Edinburgh has launched a new collaboration— The HIV, Human Rights and Development Network, to help stem the global HIV epidemic today.
A special series on childhood diarrhoea and pneumonia published in The Lancet Childhood claims deaths from these illnesses could be halved in just over a decade.
Join us on Monday May 13th 2013 where experts from both the health and business community will be talking about the interchange between policies, products and priorities and demonstrations ways in which simple research findings have made global public health differences to society.
New scholarships are to allow overseas students to study the University’s Global Health Master’s programmes.
In total, 15 new distance learning scholarships - called the Online Masters Commonwealth Commission Scholarships - will allow students from selected Commonwealth countries to study at the University’s Global Health Academy.
We are all born equal but into very unequal circumstances. And we all die. And, like birth, the circumstances and the experiences of dying across the globe are markedly different. Despite good analgesia and good care systems to enable people to live towards death in as pain free and comfortable a way as possible, an estimated three quarters of the world’s population do not die well.
The Global Health Academy has played a supporting role in setting up a new network of networks advancing global connections in One Health.
Global Health Academy Students have won the first prize of CMVM student short film competition for PGs.
This article was published on May 15, 2013