Welcome to the last newsletter of 2017! This time of a year gives us all an opportunity to look back, as well as forward. We have had a busy time in 2017!
We have focused a lot of our efforts on impact evaluations, including looking at the effectiveness…
To celebrate the 2017 International Day of Persons with Disabilities the International Centre for Evidence in Disability would like to invite you to a special event …
followed by a
Tuesday 5 December 2017
Venue: John Snow…
Physical rehabilitation can play a key role in facilitating inclusion of people with disabilities in their societies, given the potential impact of improved physical functioning and independence on economic status and quality of life. This is particularly the case in post-conflict settings such as Myanmar, where risk of disability…
International Conference 2018
‘Evidence in Global Disability and Health’
February 26-27, 2018
Public Health Foundation of India, Hyderabad, India
Abstract submission for oral/poster presentation is now open.
Submission Deadline: December 15, 2017.
Find Further Information & Download the Conference Registration Form Here
This conference is hosted by the…
Happy November to you all!
We are very excited to announce that we will be co-hosting an International Conference on Evidence in Global Disability and Health together with the Public Health Foundation of India. The conference will be held February 26-27, 2018 in Hyderabad, India. The…
The Impact of Physical Rehabilitation in Myanmar: Report Launch
Islay Mactaggart and Karl Blanchet
Tuesday 14th November 2017
5.30 – 7.30 PM
Venue: LG24, Keppel Street Building, LSHTM
This seminar will be followed by a Drinks Reception
Physical rehabilitation can play a key role in facilitating inclusion of people…
In 2015, a review was undertaken of social protection programmes to identify those that were either disability targeted or had some element of disability inclusion within their design. The review covered social assistance, social insurance and labour market programmes in Asia-Pacific and in Africa, and used a two-stage…
Online Course, Students and Lego!
The new batch of MSc students are starting at LSHTM this week, which is always an exciting time. Each year several students focus on disability for their dissertations, and this is a great experience for both us and them. Please see our “focus…
Seminar Series 2017-18
“Why to include disability in your studies and how to do it?”
Date: Thursday 26 October 2017
Venue: Lucas Room – LG81, LSHTM, Keppel Street, London
Please bring your lunch and join us for a dynamic hour of research-sharing…
Participatory research training, Maldives, papers and more!
The new academic year has started! Our pencils are sharpened and we are getting ready for new adventures. I hope that you had a wonderful summer.
Last month we held our first research skills training workshop for young people with disabilities…