CGH Student Advisory Group

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The student community is essential to any educational institution given their exclusive insights and ability to have a finger on the pulse of what matters. The Student Advisory Group (SAG) serves as a channel of communication between students and the Centre for Global Health (CGH) at the University of Oslo (UiO). The purpose of the SAG is to bring student perspectives and interests related to global health forward.
 
This group constitutes representatives from student organizations interested in global health and the student agenda. The SAG will support the CGH and global health across the Faculty of Medicine at UiO. The SAG will also coordinate inclusive student directed global health activities and aid the CGH in its ambitions to foster the next generation of global health leaders.

Upcoming Events

BINGO Night // April 29 at 18.00 CET

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Past Events

Rettferdig vaksinefordeling - Panelsamtale // February 28 at 18:00 CET at Litteraturhuset. This event will be in Norwegian.

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Student Led Activities

  • Workshops relevant to global health skills and development
  • Seminars on global health topics of interest
  • Annual student conference in global health
  • Host a student forum for dialogue, collaboration and engagement activities of global health topics, research and education

Who We Are

Medisinstudentenes Humanitæraksjon (MedHum)

Representative Victoria Farfan
Deputy Heidi Guldvog Hartvedt

Medisinsk Studentutvalg (MSU)

Representative Amanda Rose Magnum Image may contain: Eye, Jaw, Neck, Gesture, Eyewear.
Deputy Oline Sæther

Studenter uten Grenser

Representative Helene Jøssund
Deputy Erlend B. Kvamme Image may contain: Muscle, Mouth, Sleeve, Smile, Jersey.
Deputy Ritika Sharma

Universities Allied for Essential Medicines Norge (UAEM)

Representative Cecilie Kingston
Deputy Feben Tecklzig 
Published Nov. 25, 2021 3:20 PM - Last modified Apr. 25, 2022 2:32 PM