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Assistant Professor in Global Health Policy @ London School of Economics and Political Science @LSEnews @LSEHealthPolicy @LSEGlobalHealth @LSE_LACC

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I could only watch part of this yesterday but it was great and highly recommend! https://t.co/4siULABx4CThe @WHO weekly sit report makes for grim reading. The past week saw the highest number of new Covid cases globally… https://t.co/5W4NDCPyhT
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10/28
2020
🚨Today we launch policy brief "Strengthening Gender Mainstreaming in @WHO pandemic preparedness and response" 🚨 We… https://t.co/CnoBlzBdJk
Retweeted by Clare Wenham21st Sept CSA & CMO advised that UK could face 50,000 Covid cases by mid-Oct & 200 deaths/day by mid-Nov. These bas… https://t.co/xJ0jxbm3x0
Retweeted by Clare WenhamLeeds hospitals are higher than the April peak now. There were 367 UK deaths reported today and by the end of the w… https://t.co/IWvGsVobi7
Retweeted by Clare WenhamI think the focus on the epidemiology and case numbers, whilst vital for science and govs to understand disease dyn… https://t.co/BaeKtI4WTDCheck out @Gender_COVID19 's latest publication with @womeninGH, authored by @clarewenham, @DaviesSaraE et al. Stre… https://t.co/tUHc4i2PL5
Retweeted by Clare WenhamHappy to share a policy brief “Strengthen #gender Mainstreaming in @WHO pandemic preparedness and response” Co-au… https://t.co/98QnjRqsUj
Retweeted by Clare WenhamExcited to share our policy brief on improving #gender in @WHO #IHRReform & international law for better pandemic p… https://t.co/yYxDwera6L
Retweeted by Clare WenhamSuper interesting session at #WHS2020 for the launch a new @bmj_latest collection with @PascaleAllotey @lavanyav149https://t.co/QY7v0WP7Dz
Retweeted by Clare WenhamA routine reminder that #COVID isnt the only health emergency we are dealing with currently. https://t.co/kTwD78VJWePleased to share our timely policy brief on gender to improve @WHO's pandemic preparedness and response: - Reform… https://t.co/6icZfzaIDk
Retweeted by Clare WenhamANNOUNCEMENT! We just announced in our #WHS2020 event the release of our new policy report - "Strengthening Gender… https://t.co/roOJrdVFU2
Retweeted by Clare WenhamCo-authored with the fabulous: @DaviesSaraE @alexandraphelan @Arush_Lal @sumeghaasthana @maike_voss @annvkeeling @womeninGH @Gender_COVID19We hope this will be a useful resource for committees convening to discuss revisions to #IHR #WHO #genderhttps://t.co/fdtmZdFNaE🚨Today we launch policy brief "Strengthening Gender Mainstreaming in @WHO pandemic preparedness and response" 🚨 We… https://t.co/CnoBlzBdJkHow can the response to COVID-19 more gender-responsive? @clarewenham from @LSEGlobalHealth responds with how we ca… https://t.co/P3ELyPFDYO
Retweeted by Clare Wenham#WHS2020: How do we improve gender-responsive approaches to the pandemic? 🪜 More equitable internal institutional… https://t.co/zKO6K3e7F6
Retweeted by Clare WenhamWe need to ask, "Is there a budget line item?" @clarewenham reminds us that everything costs money and we must firs… https://t.co/zoCHUjRY4x
Retweeted by Clare Wenham🕘 STARTING SOON! Tune in for our #WHS2020 event at 9 CET! There's still time to register for "#COVID5050: Women Lea… https://t.co/SHrY71v2Ca
Retweeted by Clare WenhamAt a top business school, women receive lower grades in quantitative courses compared to men who have similar acade… https://t.co/7jcEVydnQF
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10/27
2020
Come and work with us in this timely and exciting project on women and girls health needs and rights during displac… https://t.co/jOcyJT9Pee
Retweeted by Clare WenhamLooking forward to tomorrow’s panel at @WorldHealthSmt - come join us to talk about all things #women, #gender and… https://t.co/aejdsDpFuMThank you @juliaheather! @connie_gan & Huiyun Feng @GAIGriffith @Griffith_SGIR authored this bril piece on #Chinahttps://t.co/gDaxTRPrDH
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10/26
2020
I imagine this stark divide is the same in #usa #brazil #colombia and other places which have had polarising electi… https://t.co/NXn6j2uucfThe question I’m pondering is how uniform trust across societies is (I think not very) and how this affects outcome… https://t.co/j6AXqFLNuF
10/24
2020
What this West African village’s Ebola fight can teach the U.S. about COVID-19 https://t.co/MecgJnohln @existent_chaos And now ask the seminar group (and leader) how often they thought men / women contributed ... @jgmaber @jgmaber Absolutely - way more aware ! Thanks for having me and the great questions!So @MattHancock proudly announces the new doctors in #nhs but further reading shows doctors stats include medical s… https://t.co/8pmFRXpDaK @GYamey Reading now! Thanks for the heads up!Article on Covid-19 and Venezuelan migration published today in @GHJournal that I wrote with @ClaireJStandleyhttps://t.co/kbaQoWu0Ik
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10/23
2020
This is the statistic that everyone needs to see; particularly for anyone who it makes feel uncomfortable. There… https://t.co/ZMISRzRrZB😤Can we stop saying women quit/ scale back when it’s not individual women deciding to quit, but gov lack of investm… https://t.co/0rN5eTZ0Qn @silsilmatos obrigada! vou ler inmediamente!Children born with #congenitalzikasyndrome now turning 5! As the world is #covid19 blinkered, let’s not forget on… https://t.co/CSG5ILDH4FWe must vaccinate anyone who can transmit infection. Anything less means that goal is only individual protection.… https://t.co/6gaUK2waEb
10/22
2020
I feel this 100% and have had similar requests. The course I teach next semester is on global health security. Who… https://t.co/2uaEHDNoat‘Not a good year’ seems a very British way of describing the major democratic and rights deficit occurring as a res… https://t.co/6XKZpo1ANGYes. and no. Political analysis can help! https://t.co/qhkQYwLvPDAcademic feminists and academics in general beware: Bolsonaro’s Minister of Women claims the need to tackle the sou… https://t.co/JnEN7EfeTL
Retweeted by Clare Wenham @DrJRMoon @alexghionis ah, wish i could be part of that conversation! I wonder how unique this is... devolution of… https://t.co/B4IubgtTn3My concern with #tiers for #COVID19 is lack of communication by gov. Hearing of many friends breaking #tier2 rest… https://t.co/SGch3UEVnCPolitics drives epidemics, but epidemics also drive politics. There's a lot on the line in the UK in the next few… https://t.co/Gk2mD5YqJUThis - and shout out to the fab teams such as @cmmid_lshtm @sbfnk @AdamJKucharski who are doing all this legwork du… https://t.co/ruv7G1WbVp @mikarv Thank you for this explanation. I was confused, clearly, between apps and centralised phone tracking. Obvio… https://t.co/peDO73BGGK @AdamJKucharski Thanks for this - I stand corrected, no app, but using geolocation existing already. Understand lim… https://t.co/ywwcXPpdA7Lots of food for thought on this panel yesterday! Thanks to @GlobalHPR @Lucy_Gilson @seyeabimbola @docsheikhhttps://t.co/gO21KNyyM4
10/21
2020
let me get this straight: #Manchester wanted 65m, gov offered 60m, ended with 20m, so limited £ for business.… https://t.co/ORYWFrLQc9Not even in lockdown yet and there's an *actual tumbleweed* rolling down Queen Street in Aberystwyth https://t.co/MyhO0uODxN
Retweeted by Clare WenhamLet’s also remember: this is not a gender-neutral crisis. Women are the majority of people on zero-hours contracts… https://t.co/QspNT6xT7C
Retweeted by Clare Wenham👇 https://t.co/nMWyyon43NWatched the No.10 press briefing & my professional opinion of years of studying the politics & governance of health… https://t.co/QgJV6eoV2D
Retweeted by Clare WenhamStarting shortly. What is global health policy in 2020? @seyeabimbola @Lucy_Gilson @KStoreng @KarenGrepin https://t.co/xhTXm3nUaoIn March, governments across Europe imposed targeted #covid19 lockdowns in hard-hit communities, followed by nation… https://t.co/uFo2M2JUPM
Retweeted by Clare WenhamWhat happens to services for Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights during health emergencies? Hear Matelita Seva-Ca… https://t.co/p9wRDYkkMB
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10/20
2020
This 👇 https://t.co/20MrgGOCiHFirebreak, circuit breaker, lockdown, stay at home, shelter in place, quarantine. It never ceases to amaze me how… https://t.co/Rq2QqzeEwFQuestion: why didnt we just use track & trace apps from other countries i.e. like South Korea who had one in Februa… https://t.co/zDuJ59x4wE"The WHO could not act as the conductor as intended partly because of the membership structure of the organisation… https://t.co/7oePreuLDq
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10/19
2020
„The pandemic created opportunities for political leaders to strengthen their hold on power through emergency measu… https://t.co/VflwKdInm9
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10/17
2020
@tizianaleone @LauraSochas @1verofilippi @eecoast @LSESocialPolicy Congrats!!🤣🤣 https://t.co/ImNc7VTmyOEl Salvador’s COVID-19 response is storing up health and economic problems for the worse-off:… https://t.co/2pojwgkA7w
Retweeted by Clare WenhamJoin @bmj_latest series launch at #WHS2020 @UNU_IIGH @PascaleAllotey @AvniNAmin @DrMichelleRemme @VeloshneeGhttps://t.co/OjxWyVp4BE
Retweeted by Clare WenhamJCNSS to explore the role of the Government Chief Scientific Adviser, PHE and DHSC in preparing for, and responding… https://t.co/GpGDjMazfx
Retweeted by Clare WenhamSo glad this is happening to address the stark gender impacts of epidemics. @WHO must demonstrate leadership to add… https://t.co/BiuY3Cc8MBAs we talk about “circuit breakers” or other restrictions. Remember the effects are not shared equally across socie… https://t.co/1eyIL1bPEJ
Retweeted by Clare WenhamNo comment. https://t.co/pLFXvqkXdlYour coronavirus questions answered with @drhilaryjones and Assistant Professor in Global Health Policy… https://t.co/X4u3mz8AFv
Retweeted by Clare WenhamA fab reminder of our session @womeninGH @WagnerFound #healthsecurity summit last month - We had such fun on our p… https://t.co/VZPP3VYHAI
10/16
2020
As we talk about “circuit breakers” or other restrictions. Remember the effects are not shared equally across socie… https://t.co/1eyIL1bPEJDear #HPSR twitter. @GHPUEdinburgh is looking for a #postdoc to conduct an evidence synthesis on the legacy of ID o… https://t.co/XRGKft6OfR
Retweeted by Clare Wenham"This is often not about radical new scientific innovations – it's about repositioning who's important in the polic… https://t.co/ze5vlfWIVX
Retweeted by Clare WenhamUK govt scientists are being blocked from speaking to media because of what is being called the “difficult politica… https://t.co/7mNGBUw6wQ
Retweeted by Clare Wenham @MartenRobert @MMKavanagh @seyeabimbola Me too. I absolutely cant wait to listen to this now. Who doesnt love Dolly?!"[Herd immunity] is a dangerous fallacy unsupported by scientific evidence." Prominent researchers including LSE's… https://t.co/I319LJkt5N
Retweeted by Clare Wenham @carysgarland Governments around the world are imposing new #restrictions to try to stall a surging second wave 📈🦠… https://t.co/NE8FdlxfPi
Retweeted by Clare Wenham“If not, it's exactly the same thing as March, just repackaged as a circuit breaker. It buys us time, but it's not… https://t.co/jW7yRHdr11
Retweeted by Clare WenhamThis "gold command" at #JCB is news to me. Anyone know about the governance process + membership? (and also what a… https://t.co/f0PfrNkaVt @KarenGrepin Where does that get you? Macao?👇🤦‍♀️ https://t.co/naOeXwyv8X @NickKitchen1 Yep, and also, why be the largest state funder of a intl org and then not follow its guidance.… https://t.co/xmLVqWzkquThe @WHO spot on as usual. Why governments aren’t listening: politics and poor pandemic governance🤷🏽‍♀️ https://t.co/CYKZbG19SlHindsight will eventually tell us the wisdom of various forms of "lockdown"--in many ways we are in uncharted terri… https://t.co/7VPTiUjYvt
Retweeted by Clare WenhamHappy to join a growing list of fab people signing the #JohnSnowMemo Please sign! https://t.co/Wy3bKWFuT6 https://t.co/RgvRDJvwSt
10/15
2020
@hellowell_mark Yep, a bit like lockdown... oh wait. Exactly like lockdown #1Reminder that lots of us global health experts advise for free. It takes lots of time & advice is derived from know… https://t.co/afGgWuM2oq
Retweeted by Clare WenhamDon't miss panelists @seyeabimbola @john_ataguba @Lucy_Gilson @docsheikh @KStoreng @clarewenham discuss #covid19 &… https://t.co/EZoRRgAJP7
Retweeted by Clare Wenham#Circuitbreaker is just a more politically acceptable word for #lockdown, but let's make no mistake, it's the same.… https://t.co/YScGoKjqPL
Retweeted by Clare WenhamHas anyone ever in the history of academia logged into to an editorial manager system without having to change thei… https://t.co/UZR20sjTrH @bealelab At LSE? Yep! @bealelab Because, importantly, not enough universities have the ££ to implement TTI on campus. Full disclosure, LS… https://t.co/PihV8wHzT0 @bealelab But likely also linked to political economy of when students pay their fees in the academic cycle?Excited to share that I will be speaking about the importance of applying a gendered lens to innovations for… https://t.co/EfY9WzcjyO @deb_cohen Dont think you can say as it's not clear what the aim of circuit breaker is - is it to get to zero covid… https://t.co/nRjVVtLBon#Circuitbreaker is just a more politically acceptable word for #lockdown, but let's make no mistake, it's the same.… https://t.co/YScGoKjqPLAbsolutely. What is the end game? Zero COVID? Protect NHS (again)? Protect economy? Hard to tell... Best analogy t… https://t.co/jgpcxznEugThis. Politics drives epidemics 👇 https://t.co/48ay8HRVjiThe Fourth Symposium @GlobalHPR Register: https://t.co/UyLJBRrw3n https://t.co/zT6YsiCOZs
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10/14
2020

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