Global change and health issues are taught in LSHTM Masters taught
course programme. Centre staff have developed the modules:
- Globalisation and Health
- Conflict and Health
- Environment Health and Sustainable Development
which are available to students on MSc
Public Health and MSc
Epidemiology. Courses on environment, globalisation and health
are also available through the
distance-learning Masters programme.
Centre staff contribute to teaching programmes at other institutions
on the subject of global health. These include:
LSHTM hosted and co-ordinated the EU Advanced Study Course on Climate
Change and Human Health in September 1999. Centre staff
have also contributed to Summer Schools on Climate and Health: NCAR
Summer Colloquium, and Climate
Change and Health: Research methods and policy issues.
Research Degree students
The following research degree students are affiliated to the Centre
- Harley Feldbaum The history of the HIV/AIDS - National Security Nexus and its Impact on Global Health.
- Eliana Lacerda Mark the pollution purple-the colour of agony.
A participatory study of water contamination and its impacts on
marisqueiras in Northern Brazil.
- Vincent Lee (South Korea), An analysis of tobacco industry
documents on South Korea.
- Ross MacKenzie (UK), Political economy of tobacco in Thailand,
- Charles Ofili (Nigeria), Urban Household’s Water Provision
Children’s Issue of Concern, Phd (2003-current)
- Sungwon Yoon (South Korea), The role of epistemic communities
in the global response to SARS: Implications for global governance,