Kirkeveien 166, Frederik Holsts hus (kart)
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.
Mulighetene ved medisinsk forskning er nærmest endeløse, men hvor går grensen for hva vi kan forske på?
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.
- Reflections on the “European Refugee Crisis” from Germany and the United States by Seth M. Holmes. Open guest lecture.
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
Open guest lecture by Anita Hardon, Professor of Health and Care and director of the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR), both at the University of Amsterdam.
The aim of the course is to teach students about the contents of human rights, and how these rights are applied in the health care system in different settings.
When vaccinating in humanitarian crises, satisficing should no longer suffice. How do we proceed to meet the vaccine needs of the most vulnerable and neglected? Open guest lecture with Rebecca F. Grais.
Gjesteforelesning med Rebecca Grais. Hun snakker om arbeidet med og viktigheten av å tilpasse vaksiner, og at vaksiner som tåler høyere temperaturer gjør det mulig å nå målet om universal tilgang til vaksiner.
Janne G. Hunsbeth has now recently come back to Norway after having worked at an ebola treatment center in Moyamba in Sierra Leone, and will in this session share some of her experiences with this work.
Janne G. Hunsbeth er nylig kommet tilbake til Norge etter å ha arbeidet på et senter for ebolasyke i Moyamba i Sierra Leone, og vil i dette foredraget fortelle om noen av sine erfaringer med dette arbeidet.
PhD students from Ethiopia, Myanmar, Malawi and Burkina Faso will present their projects for their peers.
Kandidatene fra Etiopia, Myanmar, Malawi og Burkina Faso skal presentere sine prosjekter for HELSAMs øvrige Ph.D. kandidater.
Centre for Global health organises a workshop where participants receive information on the new GLOBVAC application and shall have the chance to evaluate own drafts in Groups.
Senter for global helse arrangerer workshopen hvor deltakerne får input om GLOBVAC og jobber med egne utkast i grupper.
Open guest lecture with former health minister in Afghanistan, Dr. Said Habib Arwal.
In our first interdisciplinary seminar we want to address how 'quality' is approached across different disciplines in global health research. How do different disciplines do research on quality in health care - empirically and methodologically - and how can these complement each other?
I vårt første tverrfaglige seminar ønsker vi å belyse hvordan ulike fagdisipliner innen global helseforskning tilnærmer seg ‘kvalitet’. Hvordan forsker ulike disipliner på kvalitet i helsetjenester - empirisk og metodisk - og hvordan kan disse utfylle hverandre?