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How do you go about building all the skills you need at the start of your research career? Cherry Lim from our MORU unit in Bangkok, Thailand, was lucky to find a good mentor who guided her through this journey, but her own ceaseless curiosity and excitement about research were also important.
The MSc in Modelling for Global Health is a full-time one-year taught programme that provides interdisciplinary content on modelling, health evidence to inform the modelling, and policy processes to inform decisions. Week-long modules are delivered through a mix of interactive practical sessions and lectures in person at Oxford. Demand for a skilled workforce in this field is on the rise and there is great potential for mathematical and economic modelling to help guide policy for national health systems and international policymaking.
Public Engagement with Research is a two-way process that aims to benefit both the public and researchers, and ultimately enhance the quality or impact of research. Members of the public can be involved in many ways, in the design, conduct and dissemination of research. Activities can take different forms, to inform and inspire, consult and listen, or collaborate with the public.