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Implementation Research: A Different Kind of IR

Yesterday I attended the first day of a three-day conference on IR. Coming from a political science background, I spent most of the day trying not to equate that with “international relations” in my mind. 1,319 more words

Global Health

My Top 5 from Nordic Testing Days 2015 #NTD2015

#1 Katrina Cloike Become someone who makes things happen


Katrina introduced a model she uses for introducing change called SPIN. This is definitely something i’ll be using back in the workplace! 393 more words


Over the top and into the trenches

After 12 years working for Bioquell (and part-time at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ / King’s College London since commencing my PhD in 2005), it’s time for me to move onto pastures new. 1,609 more words



You may never have heard of some of the diseases that are mentioned in this post – I certainly hadn’t until I studied them at university – but that makes them even more interesting to read about! 2,056 more words

Infectious Diseases

The Thirst To Help

The idea of clean water seems to be following me, recurring over and over this past week. It started in one of my public relations classes; we were asked to create a fake product and build a campaign around it. 311 more words


India launches massive public health campaign to eliminate Lymphatic Filariasis!

India was certified polio-free in 2014. Today, the country has the opportunity to achieve its next public health victory with the elimination of lymphatic filariasis… 801 more words

What's Happenin'

The unfortunate risks of a NTD; what potential parents should know

Along with all the joys of a pregnancy, come some potential concerns. Although there are many complications that may arise in the development of your baby the focus of this blog are neural tube defects.  67 more words

Birth Defects