This is your chance to share your Global Health Clinical Research experiences. Tell others about your studies, your ideas and your research site. What happened with your study today? Have you had any tricky issues, perhaps you solved one? Please tell us...

15 April


Three PhD Studentships based in Kenya

By dbogecho

Please advertise these three studentships among your networks! KEMRI-WT is advertising three fantastic PhD Studentships based in Kilifi, Kenya. These ...

4 April


“Rethinking Health Care Ethics”: new open access (free download) book from Palgrave Macmillan

By sscher

I’m writing to announce my new book, Rethinking Health Care Ethics, published this past summer by Palgrave Macmillan (with endorsements ...

22 February


Funded PhD on Work Following Incarcerations

By trishasharma

Work following incarceration: Experiences of and impacts for ex-offenders and their (potential) employers   Supervisors: Dr Lia Demou, Dr Helen ...

4 February


La Esperanza Prison in Guaduas, Colombia

By drprasadbm

Dear All, Please find newly published article on Prisons in colombia titled "Active and latent tuberculosis among inmates in La ...

30 October


Status of Tuberculosis Services in Indian Prisons

By drprasadbm

Dear all, Please find two of the articles on health status of prisons in India. 1. Banuru Muralidhara Prasad,, ...

26 October


Mapping inequalities in prisoner healthcare worldwide: international conference 8th-9th November 2018, London


The Institute for Criminal Policy Research at Birkbeck, University of London is holding a free, international conference over two days, ...

10 September


Suicide in South African Prisons


 by Jason Bantjes   In South Africa (SA) approximately 37% of deaths in prison are due to suicide, making suicide ...


Depression and Suicide in Nepalese Prisons


  by Gambhir Shrestha   Nepal is a landlocked country situated in South-east Asia, with an area of 147,181 square ...

15 August


Free webinar on Data Quality

By leandro

If you have the impression that your data is a mess, and that you could benefit from training on how ...

10 August


EPPIC: Young people, drug use and criminal involvement: Prevention approaches


  Blog post by Professor Betsy Thom What happens to young people who use alcohol and drugs and get into ...

30 July


Funding opportunity: Global Brain Health Institute


Given the ageing prison population, the Atlantic Fellows program at GBHI provides innovative training in brain health, leadership, and dementia ...

20 July


Happy Birthday WEPHREN: International Celebrations in London

By sunitasturuptoft

On the 16th July 2018, WEPHREN marked its 1 year anniversary as a community of practice on The Global Health ...

11 July


Implementation of smoke-free prison estate in England- a great public health achievement through partnership work

By eamonnomoore

by Dr Eamonn O'Moore, National Lead for Health & Justice, Public Health England and Director UK Collaborating Centre, WHO Health ...

5 July



By sunitasturuptoft

To celebrate WEPHREN's first anniversary, we are trying to increase the membership of our community of practice. If we all ...

3 July



By annnorman

I worked as a prison nurse for 12 years  before working in a strategic prison role at the Dept. of ...