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© London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine 2019
Many thanks from the course team.
Lead Educator: Jimmy Whitworth
Educators: Adrienne Testa, Maryirene Ibeto, Hilary Bower, Jillian Murray
Course initiation and content design: Hilary Bower, Olivier le Polain, Cathy Roth, Adrienne Testa, Jimmy Whitworth
Course Advisory Group
Hilary Bower, UK Public Health Rapid Support Team; LSHTM
Olivier Le Polain, UK Public Health Rapid Support Team; Public Health England
Cathy Roth, Department for International Development
Course production: Magda Bondos, Mark Fletcher, Dominic Forrest, Josie Gallo, Ralph Hale, Janette Heal, Maryirene Ibeto, Callum Leak, Alay Llamas, Jillian Murray, David Padilla-Vergara, Kes Stern, Abigail Sunderland, Adrienne Testa
Course promotion: James Barr, Jessie Schmitz, Katie Steels
Many people have been involved in the development of this course and we would like to thank them for their hard work and valuable contributions.
Contributors from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Martin Antonio
Daniel Bausch Hilary Bower
Elizabeth Brickley
Francesco Checchi
Catherine Houlihan
Maryirene Ibeto
Hana Rohan
Adrienne Testa
Jimmy Whitworth
Gillian McKay
Contributors from other organisations
Jon Barden, Department for International Development
Megan Bassford, Save The Children UK
Ellen Bloomer, Public Health England Gail Carson, Global Outbreak Alert & Response Network; International Severe Acute Respiratory & Emerging Infection Consortium
Stella Chungong, World Health Organization
Antonio Isidro Carrion Martin, Médecins Sans Frontières
Daniel Carter, Department for International Development
Máire Connolly, National University of Ireland Galway
Ngozi Erondu, Chatham House, The Royal Institute for International Affairs
Ibrahima Soce Fall, World Health Organization
Dale Fisher, National University of Singapore
Luca Fontana, Médecins Sans Frontières
Tom Heath, Action Contre La Faim
Emilio Hornsey, UK Public Health Rapid Support Team; Public Health England
Chikwe Ihekweazu, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control
Anna Kuehne, Médecins Sans Frontières
Katherine Littler, World Health Organization
Dilys Morgan, Public Health England
Oliver Morgan, World Health Organization
Soka Moses, Liberia Ministry of Health
Esther Ndagaya, National Institute for Medical Research, Tanzania
Pierre-Yves Oger, UNICEF
Ebere Okereke, Public Health England
Rosamund Southgate, Médecins Sans Frontières
Tony Stewart, Global Outbreak Alert & Response Network
Petra Straight, Save the Children UK
Zabulon Yoti, World Health Organization
Nathalie Bidouj, Save the Children
Michel Umurame, Save the Children
Alessio Zampetti, Save the Children
LSHTM Photo Commission
Louis Leeson
Nigeria Centre for Disease Control
International Organization for Migration
Photo Images
Gemma Gillie, Médecins Sans Frontières
Georgina Magnin, Médecins Sans Frontières
Media Team, Wellcome
Daisy Wright, Wellcome
Infographics & Animation
Neil Thompson, AVS Animation
Test Translators
Schadrac Agbla, LSHTM
Vladimir Gordeev, Queen Mary University of London
Nour Horanieh, LSHTM
Miguel Pugliese Garcia, LSHTM
UK Public Health Rapid Support Team
© London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine 2019
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