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All,

Just a quick post to let you know about the talented creator of the header to this blog, and my good friend, Ben (aka Monkey).

I have promised to put up a link to his portfolio on here, which you can get to by clicking here. Please have a quick look – his website is full of wonderful, quirky and hi-res images! Plus you will be contributing to much needed web traffic. Go on, it’ll only take a second…

Hope you all have a great Easter break, and see you next term.

Best,

Faisal.

All,

On behalf of the trips team, I have now uploaded all presentations that were delivered during the WHO trip last month for your viewing pleasure.

Please note that some of the presentations are rather large in size so do be patient when dowloading.

To find them, click on the sub-page “WHO trip – ppt presentations” which you can find on the RHS column of the blog.

I hope you find them informative and interesting.

Faisal.

All,

To celebrate the end of Lent Term, and teaching proper, the health society will be hosting a party at Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes, just a short walk from the LSE.

At 7pm there will be pizza and drinks in the Social Policy Common Room (A286, Old Building) followed by bowling at 9pm. There will also be live music, pool, and of course, drinks!

We hope to see many of you there!

Faisal.

All,

The Health Society blog calendar has now been updated to reflect the programme of events taking place at the WHO, on Monday (Central European Time, of course!). Please click here to go straight to the calendar.

Note – these events might be subject to change.

Thanks,

Faisal (on behalf of the trips teeam).

All,

Varun has kindly organised a tour of Fuller’s brewery, to take place on Wednesday, February 24th. To the uninitiated, Fuller’s is one of London’s oldest brewers, and is probably most famous for its ale, London Pride, which can be found in many a pub across London and the South East.

The tour is scheduled for 3pm and is likely to last around 1.5 to 2 hours in total. There is also a provisional plan to go for a pub dinner somewhere local afterwards (Chiswick is a lovely, leafy part of London which has some really nice pubs). Currently there are 44 places available with the price being £10 per person. Email Varun (v.sitaram@lse.ac.uk) if you want to sign up!

Thanks,

Faisal.

All,

please read the message below from Yi-Ding Jiang on behalf of those HPPF students running the Paris half-marathon in March:

I’ll be running the Paris half marathon 7Mar10, please take a moment to check out our fund raising initiative below.
Your contribution will make a difference!
The HPPF Semi Marathon/Fundraising Website: http://hppf2010.blogspot.com
The Charity: Global Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) Just 50 Cents Campaign
(50 cents covers the costs to treat seven of the most common helminth (worm), protozoa and bacterial NTDs diseases)
Information Video (one minute): http://globalnetwork.org/just50centsvideo

Donation Page: https://globalnetwork.org/donate
Important information for Donors (Please input this information so that our team gets credit):
Ambassador/Student Name: HPPF
School: LSHTM/LSE

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