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Lucy Gilson
health policy & systems researcher
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Rakhal Gaitonde 12h
Teaching Health policy to a group of public sector doctors studying MPH is such a joy for its all about putting names to or recognizing patterns in previously confusing and frustrating experiences.
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BMJ 13h
There's lots to learn about the politics of disease outbreak > don't miss the latest podcast featuring expert .
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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Feb 18
New piece in explores potential "soft power" approaches to influencing . According to LSHTM's Nick Black "colleagues who go straight for the jugular and criticise politicians get the response you can imagine." Read more 👇
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@ProfMikeEnglish 12h
Wanting to see how good qualitative research really helps undertand complex problems - have a listen to my colleague from and explain some of the difficult work of nurses who care for sick newborns
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kevin marsh Feb 18
Absolutley- International collaboration is positive and desirable but demands real and equitable engagment from the earliest stages. Individual reseachers, Institutions and ethical committees have a duty to scrutinise this with proper rigour
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Jaime Miranda 21h
A very useful and educational thread! Well said ! I used to receive loads of visitors "interested in doing research in Peru". My response is "I am interested in setting the right questions". Very few continue the conversation.
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see social science as critical in understanding current health challenges & working towards social change for health equity
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Dintle Molosiwa Feb 18
Replying to @EdwineBarasa
Well done to Jacinta and co ... I must hasten to read the article - but how easy/possible is it for public sector reforms especially to acknowledge and deal with the elusive human agency, it's tough.
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Edwine Barasa Feb 18
Why are people looking for co-authors? That is NOT collaboration. If we are sincere, we should be seeking out partnerships at idea conception, and work together on grant application, and distribute research and investigator roles equitably
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Simukai Chigudu Feb 18
"We know that infectious disease outbreaks are caused by pathogens, but some would argue that they are also a biological manifestation of social inequality." I discuss the of with the British Medical Journal
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Valéry Ridde Feb 18
A very long and sad (path dependency) history...
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Marc Howard Feb 18
Just read this superb article by : "The politics of cholera, crisis and citizenship in urban Zimbabwe: ‘People were dying like flies’". Powerful and emotive.
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AfHEA Feb 18
Dr Gina Teddy and Dr Genevieve Aryeetey getting ready for the interview on the 5th biennial scientific conference slated for March 11-14, 2019 at the Kempinski Hotel, Gold Coast City
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