24 Peoples-uni students have completed their MPH studies following sign-off at August’s Exam Board.This was the biggest cohort to undertake their dissertations to date and the results are excellent with eight students completing with a Pass, twelve with a Merit and four with a Distinction.At the February Exam Board, 15 graduated - ten with a Merit and five with a Pass.Undertaking the dissertation is a challenging
Public Health England held their annual conference over two days (16-17th September) and Fiona Reynolds attended. You may have followed some of her (@Fibigibi13) and our (@Peoplesuni) tweets over the course of the event. We'll be adding Fiona's notes to the Blog over the next couple of days. Tonight's focuses on "Global Health Question Time".
Tonight's post was written by one of the Peoples-uni students, reflecting on their experiences of studying with us and the opportunities it has afforded them. The student who wrote it as a little shy so we're not posting any details about who they are.I enjoyed reading about this person's journey, how they have to come to study with Peoples-uni and what they are planning to do next.
Katrina Roper is setting out for Sierra Leone tomorrow (10th September) for a six week deployment with the World Health Organisation (WHO).She will be working in Freetown, initially but may be moved further out in the districts if she is needed there. Her tasks will be supporting surveillance and contact tracing (information collection and management, data management, coordination of information etc).
The intention of the Peoples-uni blog is to provide a "venue" or a space to promote the work of our students and tutors. One of our students recently shared his news of getting not one but two journal articles published. Samsuddin Khan dropped us a line last week to let us know that his work had been published. He said: "Peoples-uni has boosted my confidence in the working in the Public Health field.
Public Health England held their annual conference over two days (16-17th September) and Fiona Reynolds attended. You may have followed some of her (@Fibigibi13) and our (@Peoplesuni) tweets over the course of the event. We're still adding Fiona's notes to the Blog over the next couple of days.

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