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  • New staff member: Hayley Brown: ‘‘Progressives to laggards’? Health system reform in Britain and New Zealand, 1948-1993’

    Dr Hayley Brown, Research Fellow, joins the History Centre working on the project ‘‘Progressives to laggards’? Health system reform in Britain and New Zealand, 1948-1993’ as part of Martin Gorsky’s Wellcome funded project, ‘Health Systems in History: Ideas, Comparisons, Policies c.1890-2000’. At the beginning of June I joined the Centre for History in Public Health as ...

  • Placing the Emotion in Public Health

    Placing the Emotion in Public HealthDr Hannah Elizabeth Kershaw, Research Assistant on Placing the Public in Public Health at the Centre for History in Public Health. On the 27th of March I officially joined Alex Mold’s Placing the Public in Public Health team in the Centre for History in Public Health to work as a research assistant highlighting the place ...

  • Building a Conference: The EAHMH, Bucharest 2017

    Anne Hardy, Honorary Professor, History of Public Health, Centre for History in Public Health, LSHTM. The European Association for the History of Health and Medicine arranges a bi-annual conference in alternate years, either side of the Society for the Social History of Medicine conferences. The EAHMH Scientific Board (SB) met in London, at the LSHTM building ...