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Research Dissertation Presentations

The MPH Dissertation Presentations will take place in the School of Public Health MSc Room at St. Mary's Hospital on Friday 24th September. The presentations start at 9-20.

  1. HIV does not behave as other health problems in relation to social determinants in Rwanda
  2. End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) among adults in Arabian Gulf Countries
  3. Measuring the quality of child health care in general practice subtitle: Clinical indicators in England
  4. Patient Centered Care: Bridging the gap between healthcare providers and patients
  5. Use of historical and recent past climate and malaria prevalence data in order to determine their relationship over time and further to model future changes in malaria with predicited climate scenarios.
  6. Changes in causes of death in HIV-1 infected adults in Industrialized countries
  7. The relation between diet and pancreatic cancer in EPIC
  8. Adherence to the WCRF/AICR Cancer Prevention Recommendations and Risk of Mortality in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC)
  9. Medication errors: What interventions have been shown to reduce them and which are sustainable? A systematic review
  10. Praziquantel resistance in Schistosoma mansoni in Tanzania
  11. Community Education as part of Preparedness in Natural Disasters: A Systematic Review
  12. Obesity is linked to height: a tall order?
  13. Open standards and Open source: Implications on Electronic Health Record interoperability
  14. Occupational exposure and single nucleotide polymorphisms of one-carbon metabolism pathway in pancreatic cancer patients in EPIC study
  15. Association between practice size and diabetes management in different age, sex and deprivation groups in UK primary care
  16. Audit of sexual health services in Newham Primary Care Trust
  17. Mapping schistosomiasis in Africa using satellite climate data.
  18. Diabetes and risk of hepatocellular carcinoma in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC)
  19. Characteristics of dietary supplement users vs non users (INTERMAP Study)
  20. Obesity Trends in Wandsworth
  21. EPIC-lung cancer/hypermethylation of the promotor region (epigenetic modificaition) and the genetic polymorphism in one carbon metabolism.
  22. What factors predict late antenatal booking at St Mary's Hospital?
  23. HIV and Religion in Zimbabwe
  24. An economic evaluation of unintended pregnancies in London, 2008
  25. Chlamydia Screening in London - the effects of social deprivation and ethnicity
  26. Assessment of the interactions and level of integration of the Global Fund supported programmes on HIV and TB with the health systems in Ukraine
  27. Treatment of Schistosomiasis in Ugandan Infants with Praziquatel syrup verses Praziquantel crushed tablets.
  28. The Co-morbidity of Tuberculosis and Diabetes in Bangalore, India
  29. A comparison of structure and process indicators with intermediate outcome indicators of quality of care in General Practices in England in 2008-2009
  30. Lung Function in a Multicentre European Survey
  31. Understanding the distribution of geohelminths in families along the shores of Lakes Victoria, with particular emphasis on socio-economic and cultural factors
  32. Can ideological commitment be protective for PTSD in children of conflict and political violence
  33. Improving the Uptake of Childhood Immunisation in Primary Care
  34. The HIV positive healthcare worker and exposure prone procedures- what are the challenges to the current UK policy? A systematic review
  35. Barriers preventing early detection of prostate cancer in Black African/Caribbean men living in Westminster
  36. Dose-response relationship between cotinine and lung cancer
  37. Vitamin intakes and blood pressure levels in western populations: the INTERMAP study
  38. Evaluation of the Reduce salt strategy in the UK
  39. Amputation and the diabetic foot
  40. Updating Estimates of the Impact of Malaria RDT Uptake on Health Outcomes
  41. Safety of Prescribing for elderly residents of Nursing Homes.

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