Archive for 10/2015

Is our definition of improved sanitation correct?

Is our definition of improved sanitation correct?
New research from the EHG both supports and challenges the current definition. 
Oliver Cuming from the Environmental Health Group have recently published a paper which put to the test some of the core tenants of the definition of improved sanitation. The article was…

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Global Handwashing Day Event

Global Handwashing Day Event
A reminder that handwashing is as critical now as it as ever been!
On the October 14, the eve of  Global Handwashing Day (October 15th), academics, students and practitioners came together to celebrate one of the world’s most cost effective public health interventions – handwashing.

The…

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SuperAmma featured in a blog about Social Psychological Answers to Real-world Questions

Stanford University’s SPARQ website has recently featured the SuperAmma trial as an example of a great of a social psycological insight that can help solve a pressing real world problem – the reduction of diarrhoea, the world’s second leading cause of childhood mortality.

The Center for Social Psychological Answers…

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