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The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is a world-leading centre for research and postgraduate education in public and global health, with over 4000 students and more than 1000 staff working in over 100 countries across the world.

We offer many further study options related to what you have learnt and discussed over the duration of this course. Details of MSc, research degree, and short course programmes delivered both face-to-face and via distance learning can be found on the School’s website.

Learn more about the Health in Humanitarian Crises Centre

Humanitarian crises due to armed conflict, natural disasters, disease outbreaks and other hazards are a major and growing contributor to ill-health and vulnerability worldwide. The persisting effects of crises on health and health systems can undermine decades of social development.

As we have seen throughout the course, humanitarian crises also present a number of distinct challenges for public health intervention and research. Despite these challenges, many staff and students from across the School are actively engaged in public health research in crisis-affected contexts. For more information, please visit our website

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