By Yvonne Wekesa, obstetrician/gynaecologist
Article written by Aimee Edmondo, MPH; Bevis Phiri, Msc International Public Health; Z’Kera Sims, MPH on behalf of Global Health Corps Zambia
Dr Michael Head is an RSTMH member and Senior Research Fellow, Research Investments in Global Health study at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton.
Dr Owachi Darius is a medical doctor currently based in Kampala, Uganda.
The Soulsby Foundation has opened a call for applications for the 2019 Travelling Fellowships Programme.
The Foundation supports talented veterinary and medical researchers at an early stage in their careers through these competitively awarded Travelling Fellowships in One Health.
I’m delighted to say it’s now a month into my presidency, having been an RSTMH Trustee for several years.
We are now open for abstract submissions for the European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health 2019 (ECTMIH).
The World Health Organization estimates that between 81,000 and 138,000 people around the world die each year from snakebite and up to 400,000 are left permanently disabled or disfigured, as a result of being bitten by venomous snakes.
By Francis Peel, communications consultant, Global Health Comms
Having completed three years as RSTMH President, I can now reflect on what has been achieved in that time, and where the Society is heading in the future.
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