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...

26 February

drprasadbm

Rising Catastrophic Expenditure on Households Due to Tuberculosis: Is India Moving Away From the END-TB Goal?

By drprasadbm

Rising Catastrophic Expenditure on Households Due to Tuberculosis: Is India Moving Away From the END-TB Goal?Banuru Muralidhara Prasad1*, Jaya Prasad ...

3 November

hiphopafrikacom

Qatar Trauma Clinical Nurse Specialist roles

By hiphopafrikacom

Cpl Healthcare are recruiting for Trauma Clinical Nurse Specialists who would want to elevate their career for our client in ...

10 January

WEPHREN

Regional Conference for Arab States on Health Care in Detention

By WEPHREN

by Lucy McCann, Public Health Speciality Registrar   The ICRC hosted the first Regional Conference for Arab States on Health ...

18 December

chatterjeedebolina

Women in prison

By chatterjeedebolina

Greetings! I have been working in three correctional homes in West Bengal, India with ,my work focused on health of ...

18 November

WEPHREN

Addressing the health and social needs of children whose parents are incarcerated

By WEPHREN

Claire Keen1, Emilia Janca1, Melissa Willoughby1,2, Annie Carter1,2 1Justice Health Unit, Centre for Health Equity, Melbourne School of Population and ...

29 October

WEPHREN

Reflection from the LEPH Conference in Edinburgh, October 2019

By WEPHREN

Dr Mattea Clarke, Specialist Registrar in Public Health Last week I attended the Fifth International Conference on Law Enforcement and ...

25 October

sunitasturuptoft

Collaborative Leadership for Prison Health: the Five Nations Health and Justice Collaboration

By sunitasturuptoft

The Centre for Law Enforcement and Public Health hosts the Law Enforcement and Public Health Conference, biennially and this year ...

27 June

WEPHREN

What we're doing for International Prisoners Day - 18th July

By WEPHREN

by Mala Dhakk, NHS England and NHS Improvement, Midlands, UK.   As the commissioners of health services within prisons we ...

15 April

dbogecho

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

sscher

“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

trishasharma

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

drprasadbm

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

drprasadbm

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, et.al, ...

26 October

WEPHREN

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

By WEPHREN

This blog is closed to new posts due to inactivity. The post remains here as part of the network’s archive ...

10 September

WEPHREN

Suicide in South African Prisons

By WEPHREN

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