Kirkeveien 166, Frederik Holsts hus (map)
Welcome to Oslo and the 2017 GRIN: General Practice Research on Infections meeting. It is hosted by The Antibiotic Center of Primary Health Care and The Department of General Practice, University of Oslo.
In this workshop, we want to invite you to think with us about how to explore past and present medical knowledge and practices by tracking and mapping the circulation of ideas, experiences, concepts, practices and technologies of time, managed by different agents of knowledge, different institutions and different social, political and academic fields.
Open guest lecture with Dr. Ezekiel Emmanuel.
Open seminar with medical sociologist Simon Kitto. Please register before May 12, due to lunch ordering.
Open guest lecture with examples from work to reduce use of coercion in mental health care in the Netherlands and England. Lectures with Sylvia Gerritsen, Laura van Melle, Yolande Voskes (VU University Medical Centre in Amsterdam), Michael Dunn (Nuffield Department of Population Health, Oxford, England) and Jorun Rugkåsa (Health Services Research Unit, Ahus & Social Psychiatry Group, University of Oxford).
Guest lecture with Ken Bond, Director for Patient Engagement and International Affairs at the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Open guest lecture by Marcia C. Inhorn, Professor of Anthropology and International Relations, Yale University.
Inauguration lectures held by Professor Andrea Winkler, Associate Professor Kåre Moen and Associate Professor Trygve Ottersen.
- Challenges in approaches to disease prevention. Open guest lecture by Kane Race, The University of Sydney.
Open Seminar/workshop with professor Sally Thorne from University of British Columbia in Canada: "Conducting research informed by nursing's disciplinary epistemology and contributing to nursing’s knowledge needs"
Open guest lecture with Associate Professor David Nicholls. He explores some of the issues and sets out some of the historical reasons for physiotherapy’s current tensions. In examining some of these he asks if we are indeed seeing the ‘End of Physiotherapy’.
Seminar with Jeremy Goldhaber-Fiebert, Stanford University.
Open seminar: Dr. Kris Vanhaecht is visiting from KU Leuven. He has extensive experience the field of care process improvement and quality control, and will identify some challenges in research on care pathways.
The seminar will discuss current affairs in cervical cancer prevention efforts, including screening and vaccination policies, with speakers from Karolinska Institutet, the Cancer Registry of Norway, Harvard University and University of Oslo.