£3.9m project to support elimination of the world’s leading infectious cause of blindness
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is to lead a major new research project that aims to accelerate the elimination of trachoma.
Stronger-SAFE is a £3.9m Wellcome Trust funded project that…
Learn about the partnerships, resources and procedures needed strengthen diabetic eye health services and reduce the risk of visual loss and blindness in people with diabetes
By 2040, just 20 years away, the number of adults with diabetes is expected to increase by more than 50% to 642 million people…
The annual MSc Public Health for Eye Care (MSc PHEC) is currently accepting applications through the LSHTM online application system. This course aims to provide eye health professionals with the public health knowledge and skills required to reduce blindness and visual disability in their setting.
The training will enable them…
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Kirkpatrick Scholarship 2018-19
A bequest to the School, by Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Kirkpatrick’s daughters Elsie and Daphne Kirkpatrick, endowed funding to set up scholarships ‘for the promotion and encouragement of study in the ophthalmic section’ in memory of their father.
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Kirkpatrick (1871…
Masters in Public Health for Eye Care at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
To support the training of eye health professionals with strong public health skills, we are offering scholarships for candidates from low- and middle-income Commonwealth countries who have been accepted to study…