The patient earth
The topic of this seminar is based on an article from 1993:
After publishing the article, Fugelli and a group of students established a forum called "The patient earth". The forum inspired students and researchers at the Faculty of Medicine to focus on global health.
The patient Earth in 20 years - In search of a global social medicine
|15.00||Introduction||Espen Bjertness, Professor, University of Oslo|
The Seeress's Prophecy: a 21st century retelling
"The fundamental concept in social science is power" (Bertrand Russell). How can this idea help us build a global social medicine to tackle sustainable development challenges?
Richard Horton, Editor-in-chief of The Lancet,
Anthony Costello, Professor of International Child Health and Director of the UCL Institute for Global Health
|16.15||Discussion of lectures, with two opponents||
Camilla Stoltenberg, Director, National Institute of Public Health
Thomas Hylland Eriksen, Professor, University of Oslo
Anne Kveim Lie, Associate Professor, University of Oslo
John-Arne Røttingen, Professor, University of Oslo
About Per Fugelli
As a general practitioner, Per Fugelli has been an independent critic of his own profession for many years. He has opposed the bureaucratisation of Norwegian health care institutions. Fugelli takes a humanistic approach to health and social policy, focussing on the entire individual. He has shown that the best "social medicine" is to build up and share dignity with vulnerable groups such as ethnic minorities, the poor and those who are physically challenged.
Through countless lectures and fearless participation in a large number of important debates, he has been a prominent contributor to Norway's public space fora for a long time. He was awarded The Freedom of Expression Prize 2013.