Kirkeveien 166, Frederik Holsts hus (kart)
Roundtable discussion on digital health to prepare inputs for the UN High-level Panel on Digital Inclusion.
The Nobel Peace Prize 2018 is awarded to Nadia Murad and Dr. Denis Mukwege for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict. To honor and celebrate this important acknowledgement, the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) and the Centre for Global Health at UiO are co-hosting a seminar on sexual violence as a weapon of war, as a part of the Oslo Peace Days.
The Centre for Global Health is pleased to welcome you to the Global Mental Health Day at the University of Oslo.
Please be welcome to the launch of Women in Global Health Norway, a national chapter of the global movement Women in Global Health and a platform to connect, further strengthen and advocate for gender equality in global health within academia, public and private sectors.
Migration conference in Bergen aiming at increased dialog between disciplines and actors within the field of migration health in Norway.
In conjunction with the Centre for Global Health, Fanny Chabrol from the French Institut de Recherches pour le Développement (IRD), will join us for a seminar entitled "From ruination to resilience: hospital trajectories in Africa".
This meeting in Kathmandu, Nepal will bring together practitioners, researchers, and experts from diverse traditions to discuss the implications of religious and spiritual teachings for mental health theory, policy, and practice. The aim is to advance mental health programs in Nepal and globally in ways that are informed by local cultural knowledge, values and traditions.
In the current global effort to achieve the sustainable development goals (SDGs) and universal health coverage (UHC), maternity care is squarely in the center. Since the year 2000 coverage of facility delivery and skilled birth attendance increased, while the maternal mortality ratio decreased, at rates slower than hoped for, partially because of inadequate quality of care.
The Centre for Global Health is pleased to announce the Global Health Inspiration Day, with an opening address to motivate us all; Professor Till Bärnighausen. The event offers a unique networking opportunity for students, researchers and clinicians from the University of Oslo and the University hospitals.
Seminar on the history of malaria with Professor Mark Harrison.
Public lecture by Dr. Paul Farmer, Harvard Medical School.
The Centre for Global Health will be present at the Arendalsuka for the first time, hosting an exciting panel about Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) together with Doctors Without Borders (MSF).
Germany is expanding its international role in the field of global health, both on the political and academic level. The Centre for Global Health and the Norwegian Institute of Public Health are delighted to welcome one of the most prominent academics leading this surge – Professor Till Bärnighausen.
The annual Jimma seminar will present the research, educational programs and course portfolio of the students and staff in the NORPART: EXCEL SMART project. This year the Jimma seminar will also disseminate the activities performed by the NORHED: SACCADE project.
What are the special risks and needs of Children Born of War (CBOW)?
CAN A HUMAN RIGHTS BASED APPROACH ACCELERATE REDUCTION OF UNDERNUTRITION AND OBESITY?
The seminar is open to everybody and free of charge, but registration was required for lunch order. Registration is now closed, but you are welcome to join the seminar without lunch.
Information meeting for master, medical and PhD students from University of Oslo about the mobility opportunities with EXCEL SMART.
The 2018 Norwegian global health conference will take place at the University of Oslo, 10-11 April 2018. The main topic is “Health system strengthening: Health for all revisited”.
Talk and debate on the access to health care services for irregular or undocumented migrants in Norway. The event is held in Norwegian.
Welcome to the screening of Bending the Arc followed by a debate between the audience and the panel of leading professors within the field of global health.
Centre for Arctic and Global Health, UiT – The Arctic University of Norway, in collaboration with People’s Health Movement Scandinavia and Norwegian Forum for Global Health Research, has the pleasure of inviting you to the symposium “Exploring Global Health in the Arctic” in Tromsø 22 – 23 January 2018.
The Centre for Global Health is inviting leading researchers, institutions and policy makers to hear about their experiences and latest findings in the fields of mental health and conflict at an open seminar within the yearly Global Mental Health Day. The Save the Children photo exhibit "Children fleeing ISIS" will be displayed for the first time in Norway.
Open guest lecture by Jennifer Leaning, Harvard University: “The Existential Vulnerability of the Rohingya: Stateless, Expelled, and Stranded in a Homogenizing World”. The seminar is an annual event in honour of professor Per Fugelli.
This seminar will expose the dramatic gap between health needs and health capacity in conflict-affected settings and highlight the need to better protect the healthcare system and keep it running during periods of conflict. Recommendations for data collection and research that can provide an informed basis for new approaches and their implementation will be presented.