Authors: Prof Susie Dunachie, Prof Philippa Matthews In September 2019, we convened back-to-back meetings at St Catherine’s College in Oxford, supported by Drawnalism’s Alex Hughes. The Oxford Tropical Network (OTN) meeting was attended by delegates representing our University’s international sites including Vietnam, Thailand and Kenya, as well as local researchers based in Oxford. Sessions covered […]
As schools across Europe re-open for the new academic year this week, we thought it would be a good idea to take a snapshot of an event we attended in Madrid a few months ago. We went to Madrid to attend a forum on SELFIE – a new digital tool for schools in the European […]
It’s June, officially Summer, and we’re half way through the calendar year.
In this post I thought I’d take a look back at the first six months of the year and talk about some of the highlights and notable projects I have worked on.
Medicine Quality and Public Health addressed an important global topic – substandard and falsified medicines. This is an increasing problem for global health mainly affecting developing nations but also developed countries such as the UK and its National Health Service. There are a number of causes of poor quality medicines, but they largely fall into two […]
Keen followers of my Twitter feed – @drawnalismAlex – may have noticed a some mildly cryptic images appearing over the last couple of weeks. I’ve been participating in Inktober – an annual drawing challenge that takes place on social media. The rules are simple 1. Make a drawing in ink 2. Post it 3. Hashtag […]