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In this Global Health Unpacked seminar, Lauren Paremoer will explore how social rights and solidarity are discussed in South African public discourses, and how these debates impact the realization of Universal Health Coverage.
The nature and scale of the global response to climate change will be the determining factor in shaping the health of the global population for centuries to come. Climate change threatens to undermine the last 50 years of gains for public health, intensifying heatwaves and extreme weather events, worsening flood and drought, altering the spread of infectious diseases, and exacerbating poverty and mental ill health. The Lancet Countdown: Tracking Progress on Health and Climate Change exists to monitor this transition from threat to opportunity, and to identify how the response to climate change can bring immense benefits to global health.
Launch of Norway’s strategy “Better Health, Better Lives - Combating Non-Communicable diseases in the Context of Norwegian Development Policy 2020-2024." The Gathering for The Future Of Global Health is co-organized by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Health and Care Services and the Centre for Global Health at the University of Oslo.
Join us in honouring Tore Godal's life achievements in global vaccination and immunization as he receives the King's Medal of Merit in Oslo on 23 November 2019.
Why and how do pathogens emerge from animal reservoirs? Using the case of East Cameroon and HIV, Dr. Guillaume Lachenal (Université Paris Diderot) will draw on insights from molecular phylogeny and social anthropology to highlight the role of Humans in pathogen emergence.
The Centre for Global Health is leading a debate in the 6th German-African Healthcare Forum, co-organized by German-African Business Association (Afrika-Verein) and the German Health Alliance.
Women in Global Health is an organization, built on a global movement that brings together all genders and backgrounds to achieve gender equality in global health leadership. The German-African Business Association (Afrika-Verein), GHA – German Health Alliance and Women in Global Health Norway with the support of EZ-Scout, are pleased to host a breakfast event to introduce Women in Global Health and provide updates of current news.
The Centre for Global Health is organizing a lunch panel at the World Health Summit 2019, exploring different views on One Health with a variety of experts in the field. One Health is closely aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals and is intrinsically inter- and trans-disciplinary.
The Centre for Global Health is organizing a high-level panel debate at the World Health Summit 2019. We are harnessing the long-standing and continued collaboration in Global Health between Germany, Norway and Ghana and will explore whether One Health has the potential of becoming an accelerator to the Global Action Plan.
In this Global Health Unpacked seminar co-organized with the Forum for Antimicrobial Resistance (UiO), Prof. Clare Chandler (LSHTM) will discuss how our societies have become reliant on antimicrobials, and the challenges posed by rising antimicrobial resistance.
The Centre for Global Health is pleased to announce Global Health Inspiration Days 2019, offering a unique networking opportunity for students, researchers and clinicians as well as the policy community at large. The 16 September is co-organized with Boston University and the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO).
The Global Health Centre (GHC) at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and the Norwegian think tank Agenda, in association with the Centre for Global Health, University of Oslo (CGH/UiO), would like to cordially invite you to a high-level policy dialogue on 12 September 2019 from 09:00 to 10.30 (breakfast is served from 08:30-09:00).
In this seminar, Peter Redfield will unpack the politics of humanitarian equipment and the assumptions it entails about human needs and what a satisfactory life might be.
How to measure "Health for All"? How do metrics influence the way Universal Health Coverage is implemented in Senegal?
PhD workshop on academic writing with Lynn P. Nygaard.
The theme of this years Global Mental Health Day is 'Global Psychiatry and Neurology - the new number one burden of disease'. The seminar will feature eminent experts from Asia, Latin America and Europe.
The aims of the meeting are to consider possible affiliations with other organizations and to review recent strategies/work on e-health literacy/ digital literacy.
The non-disclosure of a cancer diagnosis is relatively common in India. Studies have shown that many cancer patients are unaware of their disease. But how exactly is non-disclosure working in a hospital setting? What are patients told when they are not told that they have cancer?
The first meeting of the One Health Lancet Commission will take place in Oslo on the 9th and 10th of May 2019. The meeting will bring together the worlds top researchers from the field of One Health.
How does the private sector strategically use poor quality data for its own benefit? In this talk, Linsey McGoey discusses how weak evidence-based policy can paradoxically be a powerful tool in the political economy of global health.
The theme and title of this years conference is "Competence building for impact – time for revolution".
Please be welcome to a meeting in the Women in Global Health Norway network, inspired by and in celebration of the recent issue on 'Women in science, medicine and global health' from The Lancet. The Oslo hub will use this opportunity to discuss the next steps and initiatives of the WGH Norway platform.
Screening of the documentary "Survivors", followed by a panel discussion with the director of the film and experts from the University of Oslo and Norwegian Red Cross.
As Ghana seeks to expand primary health services, how do past experiences shape current perceptions and expectations? David Bannister will survey the history of Ghana's health system in our next Global Health Unpacked seminar.
We highlighted inspiring examples on collaboration between academia and industry that have benefitted patients and society. How can we learn from these examples while building the health industry in Oslo and Norway?