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 MARCH Centre
The Centre for Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive, and Child Health (MARCH) is the central hub for women’s and children’s health at the School, with over 150 members creating synergies for inter-disciplinary research and leadership for change.
MARCH strengthens and promotes innovation, evaluation and evidence-based policy making by fostering communication and collaboration inside and outside the School and between researchers and policy makers, across a range of settings in many countries and multiple disciplines. The Centre’s first report, which focuses on improving women’s and children’s health worldwide, was recently launched and can be found in the See Also section.
Statement of Participation
A Statement of Participation is available on this course. If you have completed at least 50% of the steps, you will be eligible to purchase one, which comes in the form of a personalised digital and printed certificate. You might find this useful for providing evidence of Continuing Professional Development (CPD), commitment to your career, or of your awareness of the issues covered in the course.
We would be very grateful if you would take a couple of minutes to complete the post-course survey. This will help us to understand your goals and expectations as learners, and to provide the best possible educational experience.
How does online learning influence your working life?
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is keen to learn more about the professional value of online learning, specifically via Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). We aim to gather learners’ perspectives on the value and impact of MOOCs in the context of professional development, the importance of validating this form of learning, and find out how a working lifestyle might influence choices made with regards to education.
We would very much appreciate it if you would consider answering a few short questions, and they should only take 5-10 minutes to complete.
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