Helpful information and resources for staff, students and those interested in global health.
Global Health at UCL
Our Institute forms part of a wider community of departments and teams working on Global Health at UCL. This community helps us to foster close links and work on common goals with our colleagues at the Grand Challenge of Global Health, the Global Engagement office and the Africa Health Research Institute (AHRI). Read more on the Global Health at UCL website.
Institute for Global Health brochure
Find a publication
Browse UCL research publications and discover the impact we are making around the world.
Public Health training
The Institute of Global Health is accredited to host public health registrars. Find out more here.
Institute for Global Health newsletter archive
2019: December 2019, October 2019, July 2019
2018: November-December 2018, October 2018, September 2018, July/August 2018, July 2018 (supplement), June 2018, May 2018, April 2018, March 2018, February 2018, January 2018
2017: November-December 2017, October 2017, September 2017, July-August 2017, June 2017, May 2017, April 2017, March 2017, February 2017, January 2017
2016: November-December 2016, October 2016, September 2016, July-August 2016, June 2016, May 2016, April 2016, March 2016, February 2016, January 2016
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tropEd (Network for Education in International Health)
Nutval - The planning, calculation, and monitoring application for food assistance programmes.
Good practice guide
This good practice guide (PDF), based on the experience of a project in India and Bangladesh called Saving Mothers and Children, describes an approach that has the potential to reduce maternal and newborn deaths, and to address other health problems. The project worked through women's groups, using a participatory learning and action cycle, to mobilise community action to improve the health of mothers and babies.
Resources for current students
- UCL Student record: PORTICO
- UCL virtual learning website Moodle
- IGH PGR Moodle page: https://moodle-1819.ucl.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=13211(NB this will default to the Moodle home page if you are not already signed in)