Author Archives: Silvia Camporesi

Congratulations to Ageing & Society alumna Megan Acton for being appointed Project Officer for the International Federation on Ageing in Toronto!

Megan Acton, who graduated last month with an MA in Ageing and Society has just been appointed as Project Officer for the International Federation on Ageing (IFA), based in Toronto. The IFA’s vision is a ‘world of healthy people whose … Continue reading

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Mark your diary! February 27th London Critical Global Health Seminar “The politics and pragmatics of evaluation: deciding, demonstrating and transferring the value of global health practice “

The politics and pragmatics of evaluation: deciding, demonstrating and transferring the value of global health practice | Speakers: Heather McMullen (QMUL), Mark Petticrew (LSHTM) and Audrey Prost (LSHTM) | Chair: Dave McCoy (QMUL)   When: 4-6 pm, 27 February 2018 … Continue reading

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GHSM Alumni Talk: Announcing Valentine’s Day Edition!

Blog post by Katya Baker, Student Experience Officer, School of Global Affairs We have six wonderful speakers joining us this Valentine’s Day, and they’re here to talk about what they’re doing now and how they got there, and to answer your questions: … Continue reading

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New grant awarded to GHSM Professor Anthea Tinker in collaboration with LSHTM on ‘Growing old in a new town’

Addressing the needs of older people in relation to the places where they live is one of the urgent public health issues of our time. We are delighted to announce that Professor Anthea Tinker, Institute of Gerontology, Department of Global Health … Continue reading

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Calling all junior and senior bioethicists! Abstracts wanted for IME 2018 Summer Conference Oxford June 19-20th

The Institute of Medical Ethics invites abstracts for its forthcoming conference in Oxford 19th and 20th June 2018. The conference is a two-day event, designed to give opportunities for academics, clinicians and students involved in biomedical ethics research and the medical humanities to present their current … Continue reading

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