LSTM Health in Humanitarian Settings Research Symposium - 3 December 2012

News article 27 Nov 2012

  • Interested in working abroad in challenging healthcare environments?
  • Keen to learn about tropical infectious diseases?
  • What to explore how health service can support fragile states in conflict?
  • Concerned about the sustainability of humanitarian aid?

Come find out about current research from the field.

All welcome to this free interdisciplinary research symposium.




Full day of presentations and lectures. 9:30- 17:00 Nuffield Lecture Theatre, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool.

Email to confirm attendance for this event and FREE LUNCH. Registration also available on the day: 9:20am.

Update - 4 December 2012

An excellent day attended by approx 100 people - prize winners were:

Best Presentation

Christopher Williams - "Gakyali Mabaga the role of mobile phones in delivering emergency healthcare to a rural population in Eastern Uganda"

Best Poster

Alvin Sornum - "To evaluate the current local health promotion strategies by assessing the level of knowledge about Buruli Ulcer in Wewak, Papua New Guinea"

Munslow Prize for Humanitarian Innovation

Charlotte Hardman