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Multidisciplinary research programme COUNTDOWN has published a collection of implementation research studies focused on improving the equity and efficiency of health systems interventions to control and eliminate seven Neglected Tropical Diseases, in a supplement for RSTMH open-access journal International Health.
The RSTMH 2023 Early Career Grants Programme has now opened for applications.
We are seeking submissions for a supplement, to be published in International Health, which aims to bring together research on mental health, stigma and neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) to help facilitate translation of learning to practice and policy uptake.
To mark World NTD Day, taking place on 30 January 2023, we are running a photo competition to highlight neglected tropical diseases. The competition is an opportunity to showcase the people, communities, activities, successes and challenges of working with neglected tropical diseases.
We at RSTMH were saddened to learn of the death of Professor Sir Eldryd Parry, Honorary Fellow of RSTMH.
The 2022 Student Essay compeittion is now open for submissions on the theme of 'health and conflict'.
RSTMH has announced the winners of the 2022 Medals and Awards programme at the RSTMH Annual Meeting which was held in Liverpool on 10 – 11 October 2022.
Simon Bush has taken on his role as President of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene at the RSTMH Annual General Meeting, held us part of RSTMH’s Annual Meeting which took place this week.
Today we have published a new research supplement in our journal International Health providing updates on the Ascend Programme, in partnership with Sightsavers.
We at the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene are incredibly saddened to learn of the death of Her Majesty The Queen this evening.
RSTMH is delighted to announce increases to the impact factors for both of our journals.
Last week (8 June) the Coalition against Neglected Tropical Diseases together with the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases co-hosted a Parliamentary reception in the House of Lords entitled Ending the Neglect: Celebrating the UK’s role in beating NTDs.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) occurs when bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites change over time and no longer respond to medicines, making infections harder to treat and increasing the risk of disease spread, severe illness and death.
Professor Ahmed Hassan Fahal, Professor of Surgery at University of Khartoum, writes in this blog about Mycetoma crisis in Sudan, a further casualty of the war in Sudan.
International Health is a fully Open Access journal which launched in 2009. The journal welcomes submissions on all aspects of global health, including the social and economic aspects of both infectious and non-communicable diseases, health systems research, policy and implementation, and the evaluation of disease control programmes and healthcare delivery solutions.