Category Archives: Global Health

KGHI Student Ambassador Launch

Last Wednesday saw a two faculty and four student panel faced with this enthralling question to mark the launch of the King’s Global Health Institute. The Institute seeks to bring together academics and students from a range of departments and … Continue reading

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NEW LOCATION “Kant and climate colonialism” seminar today 2 pm Bush House (NE) 3.22

Christoph Rehmann-Sutter, professor of bioethics at the University of Lübeck, is visiting the department this week.  Today he will be giving a seminar on ‘Kant and climate colonialism’. When: Wednesday March 13, 2-3.30. NEW Location!  Bush House (NE) 3.22 (3rd floor, … Continue reading

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8 Core Skills for Public & Global Health Careers

A panel of inspiring public and global health professionals joined us on campus in February for Discover Careers in Public and Global Health. Their experience spans consultancy, global NGOs and smaller charities, research and academia. They all gave a clear … Continue reading

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Findings for left behind children

Around one in seven people are migrants – the majority of which are labour migrants from low- and middle-income countries. Migrants are often separated from their families for long periods of time. In a recent systematic review published in the … Continue reading

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The Reality Behind Cancer in India: “Twenty-four Stills” photography exhibition at Bush House until February 18th

India is reported to have over one million new cancer patients each year. On-going research seeks to improve cancer care for patients. Cancer does not discriminate. India is reported to have over one million new cancer patients each year. This … Continue reading

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