Archive for 08/2015

Systematic review highlights knowledge gaps regarding what interventions really work for controlling cholera.

Photo: Doing hygiene promotion in a displaced camp.

Systematic review highlights knowledge gaps regarding which interventions really work for controlling cholera.
Dawn Taylor is the Water and Sanitation Advisor for Medecins Sans Frontieres in Amsterdam. Prior to her current role she studied her masters in Public Health in  Developing Countries…

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Register now for the EHG’s day-long Symposium on Creativity in Behaviour Change

Day-long Symposium on Creativity in Behaviour Change
Date: Wednesday 23 September 2015
Time: 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Venue: John Snow Lecture Theatre, LSHTM, Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, UK
Type of event: Conference
Click here to register online via Eventbrite
Just about every public health problem that…

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Behaviour change campaign to reach 50 million mothers in Indonesia

One of the behaviour change campaigns designed and evaluated by the EHG is now being scaled up across several provinces in East Java, Indonesia. The campaign, called Gerakan Rumpi Sehat (The Healthy Gossip Movement) is aiming to reach 50 million mothers within the next 18 months, with the long term…

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New study sheds light on the health affects of menstrual hygiene management practices.

Dr Belen Torondel, a lecturer within the EHG, has recently published an article exploring the health outcomes associated with different menstrual hygiene management practices. The paper was published in PlosOne and is available online here. We asked Dr Torondel a few questions about the significance of the study and its…

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