Save the Date: TB Centre Retreat 2017
Join us for the 2017 TB Centre Retreat on the 13/14 September 2017.
The Retreat will be held at the beautiful Hunton Park in Hertfordshire set in 22 acres of rural parkland.
Based on feedback from previous retreats, we will be running Turbo Talks and speed-e posters for students to show their work again. Sessions will highlight the breadth of the expertise within LSHTM’s TB Centre, including a showcase of collaborative international projects, a cross-faculty vaccine-themed session, as well as the role of social, health systems and economic perspectives informing TB policy.
As the programme becomes finalised more information will become available.
We are looking for speakers!
If you are interested in submitting a title for the Turbo talk (staff only) or the speed-e posters (students only), please ensure you fill in your proposed title on the registration form.
We have limited space available on the Retreat so please be sure to register your attendance as soon as possible. The cost of the Retreat is £100 for staff and £50 for students. Payment is by credit card or grant code – but everybody must register via Eventbrite.
The cost includes one night’s accommodation at Hunton Park Hotel, lunch on both days, 3-course dinner on Day 1 and breakfast on Day 2. In previous years Retreat costs have been covered by the Centre. Due to changes to Centre funding participants are requested to contribute in order to defray costs.
Paying by grant code? If you would like to pay for the event using an LSHTM grant code, please register using this Eventbrite page and once registered you will be directed to the appropriate form, which you must complete ASAP and send to email@example.com.
TB Centre Retreat 2015
It’s great that so many of you could join us for the 2015 LSHTM TB Centre retreat. With your participation we were able to discover and discuss the latest developments in the field and to learn of each other’s interests and expertise. The overall aims of this retreat were to reflect on our achievements and to learn of the strength and scope of the TB Centre, to establish new collaborations, to contemplate new solutions and to enjoy each other’s company. In this document we capture some of the thoughts and discussion of the retreat and this will be used to shape the future direction of the TB Centre. Many thanks for taking part and making this a successful retreat.
The TB Center has compiled a video asking participants what do they think should be the priorities for TB? See what they said in a video here.
The TB Centre retreat organizing committee