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New Booklet!: Guidelines for Consulting with Children & Young People with Disabilities

New Booklet: Guidelines for Consulting with Children & Young People with Disabilities – now available!

We have worked together with Plan International to produce this guidance booklet on how to consult effectively with children with disabilities

This document provides a guidance on the importance of consulting with children with disabilities. It…

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Audio w/ PPT slides now available!: “LSHTM Student Experiences: Why Include Disability in Your Research and How to Do it” 17 November – 12.45pm – 1.35pm, LG24 K/LSHTM

ICED Seminar Series presents:

 LSHTM Student Experiences: Why Include Disability in Your Research and How to Do it
Panel of current and former MSc and PhD students
Date: 17th November, 2016

Audio with Powerpoint slides available: here
 

About the seminar:

It is estimated that one in seven people globally…

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Version en Español (Spanish Edition) No. 1 (2016) – Salud & Comunitaria del Oído la Audición

Version en Español No. 1 (2016) Abordando los problemas de oído

Abordando los problemas de oído y audición a nivel primario – Jose M Acuin (p.1)
Síntomas más frecuentes del oído y la audición: consejos para la evaluación a nivel primario…

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Seminar!: “Ebola and Disability: What are the long term implications?” 6 December, 5.30pm – 7pm, Manson room, LSHTM

ICED Seminar Series presents:

 Ebola and Disability: What are the long term implications?
Date: 6th December 2016
Time: 17:30 – 19:00
Venue: Manson, Keppel Street Building, LSHTM

This seminar will be audio recorded

About the seminar:

This exciting panel discussion will explore the current evidence on the long term…

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Audio w/ PPT slides now available!: “Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Disability” 20 October – 5.30pm – 7pm, Manson K/LSHTM

ICED Seminar Series presents:

Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Disability: Are we meeting everyone’s needs?
Date: 20th October 2016

Audio with Powerpoint slides available: here
 
About the seminar:

Water, Hygiene and Sanitation (WASH) is a core area of public health, with huge international initiatives aiming to increase access and improve…

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Seminar!: “LSHTM Student Experiences: Why Include Disability in Your Research and How to Do it” 17 November – 12.45pm – 1.35pm, LG24 K/LSHTM

ICED Seminar Series presents:

 LSHTM Student Experiences: Why Include Disability in Your Research and How to Do it
Panel of current and former MSc and PhD students
Date: 17th November, 2016
Time: 12:45 – 13:45
Venue: K/LG24, Keppel Street Building, LSHTM
This seminar will be audio recorded
About…

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Audio w/ PPT slides now available!: “Building inclusive societies for people with Down Syndrome: A personal history from South Africa” w/ Shéri Brynard. 24th August – 12.45pm – 2pm, LG80 K/LSHTM

“Building inclusive societies for people with Down Syndrome: A personal history from South Africa”
Shéri Brynard
Date: August 24th, 2016

Audio with Powerpoint slides available: here
 

About the seminar: Shéri Brynard presents her personal history as a young woman growing up with Down Syndrome in South Africa…

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Upcoming lunch seminar: Building Inclusive Societies in South Africa

Disability Seminar Series presents:

“Building inclusive societies for people with Down Syndrome: A personal history from South Africa”
Shéri Brynard
Date: August 24th, 2016
Time: 12:45-2pm
Venue: LG80 (Bennet Room), Keppel Street Building, LSHTM
RSVP: tbc

About the seminar: Shéri Brynard presents her personal history as…

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Audio w/ PPT slides now available!: “The Zika babies – what do we know and what should be done?” From Tuesday July 26th

Part of the International Centre for Evidence in Disability Seminar Series:

 “The Zika babies – what do we know and what should be done?”
Date: July 26th, 2016

Audio with Powerpoint slides available: here.
 
About the seminar:

The current Zika virus outbreak in the Americas is linked to an increase in…

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July 2016 Newsletter: Exciting news from ICED!

Dear all,

Welcome to the July newsletter from the International Centre for Evidence in Disability.
 
Our offices have felt empty this month as fieldwork has been ongoing in Guatemala, Ghana, Vietnam, Zimbabwe and the Maldives. We have been busy in other ways too. This month we published our report “Protect…

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