Welcome to the Afternoon Tea Conversations! WGH Norway is highlighting members of its Advisory Group and enhancing awareness of gender equity in global health leadership nationally.
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In this Q&A Interview, Bobbie Ray Sannerud, an American executive and Clinical Psychologist in Oslo shares her reflections with the WGH Norway COVID 50/50 Taskforce about the ongoing pandemic and the importance of closing the gender gap.
The three RELIGHT – Research ExceLlence and Innovation in Global HealTh research groups have been working hard over the past two years to advance their global health agendas. Take a look into their recent activities and their plans for the last year of the funding program.
As we begin the start of a new year, Women in Global Health Norway reflects on some of the highlights and successes of 2020.
The Centre for Global Health is pleased to announce its 2021-2023 strategic plan and new management structure including Deputy Directors from all three Institutes at the Faculty of Medicine.
A call for expressions of interest in organizing the 2021 Annual Conference for Women in Global Health (WGH) Norway is now open and ends 21 February 2021.
During a PhD, students are not just learning about their research topic. PhD students are also learning and accumulating core skills that apply to the future, both in and out of academia. Listen to the skills Professor Johanne Sundby suggests a PhD student will need.
JAHEE is a European collaborative project where Member States work jointly to address health inequalities and achieve greater equity in health outcomes across all groups in society, in all participating countries and in Europe at large.
The Lancet One Health Commission co-hosted the session, “Climate Change and One Health,” at the 2020 World Health Summit in Berlin. View the Co-chairs of the Commission as they participate during this session’s panel discussion!
The Lancet One Health Commission co-hosted the session titled, “Pandemics and Operationalizing One Health: Working within the Framework of the Global Action Plan for SDG3,” at the 2020 World Health Summit in Berlin. View the session!
Two affiliated University of Oslo researchers will be presenting during the upcoming GLOBVAC 2020 webinar series.
The Centre for Global Health has recently published a COVID-19 Resource Hub where readers will find updated, clear, easily accessible and relevant information about the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Norwegian Research School of Global Health hosted a photo contest during the two-day 4th Annual PhD Conference. Congratulations to the winners!
Norway has been awarded the UN Prize for its strategy, “Better Health, Better Lives - Combating Non-Communicable Diseases in the Context of Norwegian Development Policy 2020-2024."
We are thrilled to announce Jacinta Victoria S. Muinde, Postdoctoral Research Fellow from the Institute of Health and Society at UiO has been awarded the ASAUK (African Studies Association of the UK) Audrey Richards Prize 2020 for the best PhD dissertation in African Studies.
BI Norwegian Business School (BI) is conducting interesting projects, which involves the Centre for Global Health (CGH) at the University of Oslo (UiO) and its partners, specifically aiming to design supply chains that function as intended, both under normal conditions and in crises, such as the ongoing pandemic.
Understand and harness the key elements of a succinct research plan while preparing your PhD proposal. Join our Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).
The three RELIGHT – Research ExceLlence and Innovation in Global HealTh research groups have been working hard over the past year to advance their global health agendas. Take a look into their recent activities and their plans moving forward.
The Centre for Global Health (CGH) has a new leadership team for 2020-2022 effective as of May 1st, 2020.
In honor of Earth Day 2020 and the urgent need to protect nature and our health, the Centre for Global Health, UiO is proud to announce our membership with the Planetary Health Alliance.
In 2020, World Health Day focuses on the vital role played by nurses and midwives in providing health care around the world and call for strengthening the nursing and midwifery workforce.
The Solidarity Trial, initiated by the World Health Organization (WHO) and sponsored by Oslo University Hospital (OUS) in Norway, enrolled its first patients in this megatrial comparing the safety and effectiveness of four therapy combinations against COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a serious global health emergency and we can't afford to ignore women's expertise and perspectives in our public health response. Join in supporting equitable representation in global health decision-making.
On the 6th of February, Dr. Mamady Cham presented a seminar on hospital management in The Gambia to a group of faculty and students at the auditorium in Frederik Holsts hus.
– We have to increase the awareness of what consent is, says Wangamati, senior lecturer at the University of Oslo.