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Jeanette H. Magnus, Director of the Centre for Global Health at UiO contributed to discussions for a long-term plan for higher education and research at Universitets- og høgskolerådet (UHR) by presenting different paradigms and perspectives.
Global Health Norway established a working group including members from the Centre for Global Health to suggest global health competencies in Norwegian health sciences and medical education and training.
We are pleased to share this mid-year report outlining the progress and activities of The Lancet One Health Commission and what is still to come.
Over the last two days, the Centre for Global Health (CGH) has welcomed Marcelline Budza who is visiting Oslo to receive her 2020 Human Rights Award from the University of Oslo (UiO).
On April 7, the Centre for Global Health hosted its first Research ExceLlence and Innovation in Global HealTh (RELIGHT) Symposium.
This new training course is a perfect tool in your journey to advance your leadership development and professional capability.
The three RELIGHT – Research ExceLlence and Innovation in Global HealTh research groups have been working hard over the past three years (2019-2021) to advance their global health agendas. Look into their final report as our first RELIGHT project cohort.
The Centre for Global Health is accepting applications for one additional Research ExceLlence and Innovation in Global HealTh (RELIGHT) project for the 2022-2024 period. Deadline: 18 February 2022
A recent Norwegian-Ethiopian study led by Dr. Asgeir Johannessen, Deputy Director at the Centre for Global Health, demonstrates how this disease can be treated effectively in a poor country.