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TGHN Conference 2022

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This conference aims to bring together health research teams, organisations, health-workers, policy makers and practitioners to explore collectively how research can be embedded into every healthcare setting. Register

From Vietnam to the World - 30 Years of OUCRU

OUCRU is a crucial regional research hub in infectious diseases, bridging the gap between research and treatments all over the world.

MSc International Health and Tropical Medicine

The MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine provides a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary foundation in global health. This course embraces the breadth and complexity of global health challenges facing resource limited contexts and equips candidates with the tools and awareness to contribute to innovative solutions.

HEALTH INFORMATION

Wearing a face covering is now a personal choice and the University's guidance on face coverings has therefore been retired (unless you are working in a hospital setting).

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Few cases are serious enough to require hospitalisation, and the University has removed the remaining restrictions - but please note that separate NHS guidance continues to apply in hospital buildings.

Some staff and students may continue to have concerns about returning to on-site work and study, and we ask all members of the University to be considerate and continue to take steps to reduce the risk of infection. This includes: 

  • avoid contact with others if you might be infectious
  • respect other people’s space
  • let fresh air in when indoors
  • keep up to date with COVID vaccinations
  • respect those who choose to wear a face covering
  • cover coughs and sneezes and wash your hands regularly

Please refer to the University of Oxford Health page for updated health guidance.