Since 1907, the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (RSTMH) has been dedicated to improving tropical medicine and global health.
RSTMH is deeply concerned to learn of the UK government’s decision to significantly cut Official Development Assistance.
We publish special issues, supplements and article collections of both of our journals, International Health and Transactions.
For this webinar, we bring you Dr Caroline Harper’s Hemingway Award acceptance speech – a look at the story behind progress towards the elimination of trachoma.
This webinar will discuss the epidemiology and burden of the neglected co-morbidities associated with NTDs and how some groups now take a whole person approach to NTDs control, elimination, eradication and morbidity management.
This one-day meeting brings together microbiologists, consultants in infectious disease, infection control nurses and biomedical and clinical scientists to hear updates on recent “hot topics” in all aspects of infectious disease.
To mark World Health Day 2021, RSTMH is reaffirming its commitment to global vaccine equity.
RSTMH is proud to have signed up to the WHO Vaccine Equity Declaration in support of COVAX to equitably distribute COVID-19 vaccines, treatments and diagnostics globally.