Centre for Global Health: Sexual and Reproductive Health
Research related to sexual and reproductive health has been one of UiO’s top priorities for decades. Today, researchers study this topic from several perspectives and the UiO is proud to have a large network of significant contributors to this important area.
- The MIPREG Study: Closing the gaps in maternity care to migrant
- NGOs and the transfer of global maternal health policies – NGOMA - Sidsel Roalkvam
- Transfer of new technology and its adaptation in clinical use among health care workers in Tanzania - Sara Rivenes Lafontan
- Quality of antenatal and Maternal care services in Mwanza, Tanzania - Johanne Sundby
- The lived experiences of obstetric fistula sufferers in Malawi - Viva Combs Thorsen
- Strategic And Collaborative Capacity Development in Ethiopia and Africa (SACCADE) - Jeanette H. Magnus
- Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV and Pregnancy Outcome - Yohannes Ejigu Tsehay
- Intimate Partner violence in Pregnancy - Bosena Tebeje Gashaw
- Attitude towards the practice of FGM in Ethiopia - Asresash Demissie
- Responses to sexual violence against minors, Western Kenya - Ruth Jane Prince
- Smelling dysfunction in schoolchildren exposed for alcohol exposure in utero. Kathmandu, Nepal. Babill Stray-Pedersen
- International Community Health - Johanne Sundby
- Power and Politics in Global Health - Katerini Storeng
News and publications
- Community perceptions of obstetric fistula in Malawi
- Maternity care system in Maputo, Mozambique: Plans and practice?
- Video: Dr. Meguid on acheiving health for everyone
- Award for excellence in the Bachelor and Master education
- Attitude toward female genital mutilation among Somali and Harari people, Eastern Ethiopia
- Apollon: Dramatic drop in maternal Mortality in Gambia
- Estimating the costs for the treatment of abortion complications in two public referral hospitals: a cross-sectional study in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
- Postrape care services to minors in Kenya: are the services healing or hurting survivors?
- Barriers in the Delivery of Emergency Obstetric and Neonatal Care in Post-Conflict Africa: Qualitative Case Studies of Burundi and Northern Uganda
- Perceptions of the effects of armed conflict on maternal and reproductive health services and outcomes in Burundi and Northern Uganda: a qualitative study
- Global, regional, and national levels of maternal mortality, 1990–2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015
- Read article and watch film on APOLLON Research Magazine.