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  • Symposium Review: Entwined Health System Histories: New Zealand and Britain Since 1938

    Penthouse suite, New Zealand High Commission and views over London   Dr Hayley Brown, Research Fellow, Health Systems in History: Ideas, Comparisons, Policies c.1890 – 2000, Centre for History in Public Health. On Tuesday 24 October 2017 the Centre for History in Public Health (LSHTM) and the University of Auckland, with sponsorship from NZ-UK Link and the Wellcome ...

  • New Blog – Conference report: “The Governance of Health: Historical Perspectives on Medical, Managerial and Economics Influence on Health Policy-Making”

    Chris Sirrs, Research Assistant on the ‘Health Systems in History: Ideas, Comparisons, Policies’ project. “The Governance of Health: Historical Perspectives on Medical, Managerial and Economics Influence on Health Policy-Making” 11-12 July 2017, Liverpool Medical Institution (LMI), Liverpool. In the highly complex health systems of the early twenty-first century, professional expertise and power is not merely wielded by ...

  • Health Humanities Workshop

    Alex Mold, Associate Professor and Deputy Director, Centre for History in Public Health On 1 June 2017, the Centre for History in Public Health organised a one day workshop on the theme of health humanities.  A group of researchers from across the School came together to consider the meaning of health humanities and how this could ...