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Congratulations to the 2016 MPH Prize Winners

Every year, the Imperial College Master of Public Health course awards prizes for the best dissertations and best overall performance on the course. This year's prize winners' were:

MPH General Stream Prize Winners
Faculty of Medicine Dean’s Prize for highest grade: Emmanuella Ikem
School of Public Health Prize for Best Dissertation: AlJohara Al Saud and Soyoung Kwak

MPH Global Health Stream Prize Winners
Faculty of Medicine Dean’s Prize for highest grade: Jessica Morris
School of Public Health Prize for Best Dissertation: Jessica Morris

Presentations of 2016 MPH Summer Research Projects

On Wednesday 21 September 2016, our MPH students presented their research projects. This was the last assessment for the 2015-16 course. We had a wide-range of presentations on very topical issues in global health and health policy.
Patients’ satisfaction with health care received in three Sub-Saharan African countriesA systematic review of the literature on factors related to hospital outcomes by day of admission or day of procedure.Factors associated with the adoption and usage of mHealth interventions for Diabetes in LMICs: A Qualitative Systematic ReviewValidation of revision data & patterns of failure mechanism for Total Hip ReplacementsThe development and diffusion of surgical frugal InnovationsCorrelates and Trends in Weight Misperceptions, Weight Loss Intentions, and Unhealthy Dieting Behaviours among Adolescents in the United StatesThe relation between the intake of traditional fermented food, allergic disease and lung function in children in South AfricaImpact of differe…