Arrangementer - Side 6
The Centre for Global Health (CGH) is pleased to invite you to an informal, smaller workshop on the Big Questions regarding Horizon 2020 - tailored for researchers with an interest in Global Health.
The Global Health & Innovation Conference (#GHIC) is the world's leading and largest global health conference as well as the largest social entrepreneurship conference, with 2,200 professionals and students from all 50 states and more than 55 countries.
Launch of the special issue of Health Economics, Policy and Law entitled "Towards a Global Framework for Health Financing" edited by Trygve Ottersen, David Evans, Elias Mossialos, and John-Arne Røttingen.
LSE Health & Social Care and the LSE’s Department of Social Policy announces a call for papers for the inaugural International Health Policy Conference, to be held at the LSE from 16th -19th February 2017. This unique conference seeks to bring together academics and policy-makers from a wide range of disciplines to take a multi-disciplinary approach to key health and social care issues.
The 6th workshop of the EU-funded Sci-GaIA project on “e-Infrastructures and Open Science in support of Public Health” will be held on the 8th of February 2017 at the Conference Centre of the Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya.
The Centre for Global Health at the Institute of Health and Society and the Research Group on Traumatic Stress, Forced Migration and Global Mental Health at the Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo are organizing this symposium inviting both national and international persons devoted to this field. Please register by December 3 due to lunch orders.
Clinical, Epidemiologic, and Outcomes Features of the Latest Emerging Infectious Pathogen
Open guest lecture by Neuroepidemiologist Dr. James J. Sejvar, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Diseases, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Lecture 14:00-15:30. Refreshments served and a chance for networking 15:30-16:00. Please register here
This first work meeting with researchers from Scandinavia who work on reproductive health and migration issues emerges from a wish to establish a Nordic forum for discussion and exchange of ideas. The meeting is a closed event.
The meeting is open to the public and we invite representatives of the government, international organisations, civil society, think tanks and private sector to join the discussion. Please register by 30 August due to limited number of seats and serving of lunch.
Open guest lecture by Ezekiel J. Emanuel. The event starts with a reception at 2:45 PM. There will be light refreshments and a chance to network and mingle. The guest lecture starts at 3:30 PM. Registration before August 18.
This free webinar will provide an overview of Taenia solium taeniosis/cysticercosis, its epidemiology, impact on human health and economic burden. One Health challenges for detection and treatment as well as opportunities for combating cysticercosis will be discussed.
Open seminar with Dr. Gorik J. Ooms, The Institute of Public Health of Heidelberg University.
Open guest lecture by Flemming Konradsen, professor of international environmental health and Director, School of Global Health, University of Copenhagen.
Open guest lecture by Sanjoy Bhattacharya, professor in the History of medicine and Director of the Centre for Global Health Histories, University of York.
Informal seminar with Professor Sanjoy Bhattacharya, Director of the Centre for Global Health Histories, University of York. Publication in Medical History Journal.
The conference “Norwegian Global Health Networks with Impact” in Bergen, Norway is the first one which is organized as a co-operation between the two networks Norwegian Forum for Global Health Research and Norwegian Network for Health and Development (NHU).
This seminar attempt to place maternal and reproductive health within a global policy framework and in relation to the current shift from the millennium development goals to the new sustainable development goals, as well as discuss this shift with regards to future challenges and its implications for maternal health