Past Events

Spatial approaches to high resolution mapping of MNH outcomes in East Africa

Maternal and Neonatal Health Group Seminars & MARCH B theme Speaker: Cori Ruktanonchai (University of Southampton) Date: Wednesday, 16th December 2015 Time: 12.45-2.00pm Place: LG81, Keppel Street, LSHTM “Spatial approaches to high resolution mapping of MNH outcomes in East Africa” Abstract: Historical maternal and newborn health (MNH) indicators measured at national scales may mask localized […]

MARCH Centre Student Meeting

Dear all,   The MARCH Centre (Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive and Child Health) invites all MSc students to attend an event to meet the Centre leadership team, find out more about the work of the Centre, and talk about potential summer project ideas.   Date: Thursday 10th December Time: 5.00-6.00 pm, with drinks from 6pm in […]

Violence Against Women, Adolescents and Children: A MARCH Life Course Series Event

Date: Thursday, 03 December 2015 Time: 17:15 – 19:30 Venue: John Snow B All welcome!

Violence through the lifecycle: against children, adolescents & women

Date: Thursday, 3 December 2015 Time: 5:15 pm Venue: John Snow B Lecture Theatre, LSHTM, Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, UK Type of event: Seminar More than one in three women will experience sexual or intimate partner violence in their lifetime, and experiencing violence in childhood or adolescence increases risk of experiencing violence in adulthood. […]

Research with Adolescents and Young People: Dealing with Silences and Non-disclosure

MARCH A Theme Seminar: Research with Adolescents and Young People: Dealing with Silences and Non-disclosure Date: Thursday, 22nd October 2015 Time: 12.45 – 1.45pm Venue: Jerry Morris Room B, Tavistock Place, LSHTM Research with adolescents and young people: dealing with silences and non-disclosure. The MARCH Adolescent theme will be running a seminar each term to […]

Ebola and Effects Through the Life-cycle for Women and Children: What are the Big Questions?

Ebola and effects through the life-cycle for women and children: what are the big questions? A joint LSHTM workshop of the Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive & Child Health (MARCH) Centreand Ebola Interest Group Speakers: Dr Felicity Fitzgerald, (Institute of Child Health, London & Save the Children International) & Dr Benjamin Black (MSF) Panel discussion: Dr Dan […]

Experience from the Mobile Technology for Improved Family Planning (MOTIF) trial in Cambodia

Loss to follow up and dealing with missing data in contraception trials: Experience from the Mobile Technology for Improved Family Planning (MOTIF) trial in Cambodia Maternal and Neonatal Health Group Seminars & MARCH B theme Speaker: Chris Smith Date: Thursday, 1st October 2015 Time: 12.45-2.00pm Venue: LG8, Keppel Street, LSHTM

Improving the Health of Women, Children and Adolescents: from Evidence to Action – Free Online Course

At a time of global concern over emerging infectious and chronic diseases, it is important to remember that millions of women and children continue to die every year from conditions that are easily preventable and treatable. This free online course presents the latest data, priorities and debates about the health of adolescents, mothers, newborns and […]

Every Mother, Every Newborn – Supplement launch

Date: Friday 11 September 2015 Time: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Venue: John Snow Lecture Theatre B, LSHTM, Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, UK Reductions in child mortality during the millennium development goal era have been remarkable, yet 6 million deaths occur around birth annually. Achieving the goals of the Every Newborn Action Plan (ENAP) […]

Using Linked Population Health Data to Explore Maternal and Infant Outcomes in New South Wales

Hosted by Department of Health Services Research & Policy Date: Wednesday 2 September 2015 Time: 12:45 pm – 1:45 pm Venue: Jerry Morris B, LSHTM, 15-17 Tavistock Place, London, WC1H 9SH, UK Type of event: Seminar Speaker(s): Associate Professor Jane Ford, University of Sydney Using linked population health data to explore maternal and infant outcomes […]