Teaching

As an internationally renowned public health and tropical medicine institution, the School provides a stimulating environment with state-of-the-art facilities in which to carry out research training in three academic faculties: Epidemiology and Population Health, Infectious and Tropical Diseases and Public Health and Policy. The School’s research training programme provides opportunities for research study leading to the University of London degree of DrPH, MPhil and PhD.

 

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Multi-disciplinarity is the hallmark of our research, teaching and engagement.  The Faculty encompasses the disciplines of epidemiology, public health medicine, economics, political science, international relations, anthropology, sociology, history, psychology, statistics and mathematics.  We have one of the world’s largest global groupings of social scientists working on health.  Current teaching contributions by APP members include:

 

MSc Programme Directors in the following programmes:

Personal tutors for MScs work in the following areas:

Module Organisers in the following programmes:

 Distance Learning in the following programmes: 

Face to Face teaching in the following programmes: 

 More information can be found in the Global Health and Policy Programme Specification.

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