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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.
Did we forget newborns in the global focus on maternal health? In this breakfast seminar, Dr Emma Sacks (John Hopkins University) will discuss why mistreatment of newborns is a critical issue, unpack the ethics of competing priorities in global health, and present options for policy responses.
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.
How does local exposure to organized violence impacts whether women give birth in a health facility? Gudrun Østby, Senior Researcher at the Peace Research Institute Oslo PRIO, will discuss her latest findings on armed conflicts and mother health in this Global Health Unpacked breakfast seminar.
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.
The Center for Global Health at UiO has the pleasure to invite you to its first annual Global Health Inspiration Days. Featuring panels, seminars, and workshops on a broad range of global health topics, the event will showcase the research, training and outreach in global health being undertaken across the University of Oslo.
GLOBVAC and Centre for Global Health, University of Oslo, invite you to a seminar presenting upcoming calls for global health researchers. Join the seminar and learn all about global health in H2020.
Guest lecture with Professor Ian Whitmarsh and PhD(c) Ryan Whitacre from the University of California, Berkeley. They will focus on the growing usage of RCTs (randomized controlled trials) in guidelines and policy documents as concepts that pertains to evidence and truth.
Guest lecture with Professor Ian Whitmarsh and PhD(c) Ryan Whitacre from the University of California, Berkeley. They will explore how metrics can be seen as part of a standardization of the medical world, i.e. epidemiology, measurements - and ultimately even subjectivities.
This memorial seminar is organized in honor of Hans Rosling, founder of Gapminder and world renowned scholar and inspiratory. Join a discussion on the challenges of exaggerated numbers, of identifying and reaching populations in humanitarian emergencies, and the implications for the politics of human progress.
ECTMIH brings together scientists and experts from Europe and from all over the world, including many delegates from low and middle income countries. Please join the congress from October 16th to 20th, 2017.
The Centre for Global Health at the University of Oslo, McGill University in Canada and Tribhuvan University in Nepal welcome you to a two-day course on Cultural Psychiatry and Global Mental Health in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Professor Anne-Emanuelle Birn’s research explores the history, politics, and political economy of international/global health.The talk will examine the planning and repercussions of WHO's International Conference on Primary Health Care in 1978, Alma-Ata in the context of Soviet political and health developments, drawing from Soviet and Kazakh sources, including oral history interviews with several key protagonists.
As a follow up of the G20 summit, that took place in July 2017 in Hamburg, Germany, the Centre for Global Health (CGH) at the University of Oslo together with Norad (the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation) and CEPI (Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations) is co-organizing a conference on two highly relevant topics: Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) and Emerging/Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID). The former has also been coined “poverty-related diseases” and the latter plays a major role in the context of Global Health Preparedness.
Global health topics intersect with many areas of disaster risk reduction and disaster response. The Norwegian Institute for Public Health and Centre for Global Health at the UiO welcome you to attend the second seminar on disaster diplomacy research by Ilan Kelman. This presentation explores a research and policy agenda for viewing global health from a disaster diplomacy perspective.
The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) left us with an unfinished agenda for mothers, newborns and small children. The less detailed, but more comprehensive Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are attempting to take us a step forward. Do they focus enough on MDG 4 & 5?
The Centre for Global Health and Faculty of Medicine, UiO, welcome you to an inaugural seminar on the occasion of visiting colleagues from Jimma University, Ethiopia. The seminar will focus on important Ethiopian health issues such as heart disease in children, meningococcal and Neglected Tropical Diseases.
The talk will focus on the relationship between measurement and mapping; continuity and rupture between colonial and postcolonial networks of global public health; and the potential for radical cartography as a form of scholarship and activism. How is global knowledge spatially constituted into the visual practices of global health. How and why are these practices of producing global health so reliant on maps, and what role do these maps play in the constitution of global health as a field of global knowledge?
How can we most effectively organize toward health equity in the era of neoliberal austerity?
The health services in the US faces great challenges and the future is now more uncertain than for a long time. At this launch event, Obamacare-architect Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel presents his forthcoming book "Prescription for the Future".