STOP LOOK AND LISTEN….. and we’re not talking Marvin Gaye.
Centre academics produce report on antimicrobial resistance
FOUR members of the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environment team have produced a new policy brief on antimicrobial resistance. Continue reading
Wellcome Centre hosts antibiotic resistance seminar
THE Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health (WCCEH) recently hosted a successful seminar all about antibiotic resistance.
Successful TrACES workshops run in Belarus and Ukraine by Exeter academic
Across the last 10 months Dr Felicity Thomas, co-director of the WHO Collaborating Centre on Culture and Health, has run three successful workshops in Belarus and Ukraine after receiving a grant from the Medical Research Council’s MRC Confidence in Global Mental Health programme entitled “Trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences Springboard (TrACES)”.
Senior Research Fellow contributes to four WHO briefs
SENIOR Research Fellow Felicity Thomas has recently contributed to four separate World Health Organization reports. Continue reading
Centre Policy Adviser has editorial published in International Journal
DR RAY Earwicker, centre associate, has had an article published in the Journal of Clinical Nursing, an international voice for Nursing Research, Theory and Practice. Continue reading
Dr Ayesha Nathoo delivers 2018 Bynum Lecture at the Royal Society of Medicine
HEALTH FOR ALL: THE 1978 ALMA-ATA DECLARATION – the Soviet side of the story
FORTY years ago, in a remote corner of the USSR, the World Health Organisation (WHO) adopted the Health for All declaration. Continue reading
Why can’t you act your age?
Notes on the Mid-Life Conversations conference held on 13/14 September 2018
What shapes public health policy – the threat of harm or the state of ‘politics’?
‘Politics’ does, sometimes, recognise the harm caused by disease. Think 1986 and HIV/AIDS. Health ministers recognised the possible harm to the population from HIV/epidemic and faced up to it. Continue reading