In the first 18 months of the pandemic Aotearoa New Zealand, a country of 5 million, registered just 50 deaths from Covid and recorded an improvement in life expectancy.
The COVID-19 pandemic has infected at least 500 million people and killed more than six million. How can we learn from these events and develop a complete pandemic preparedness and response system? What role can universities and university alliances play?
Diet-related health, sustainability and disease prevention, by Tanja Kalchenko The Physicians Association for Nutrition (PAN).
Fraværet av bærekraft-tenkning har ført til at utnyttelsen av naturressurser er blitt vår tids største trussel mot folkehelsen.
Velkommen til bokbading! Professor Jarle Breivik i samtale om sin nye bok "Løsningen på kreftgåten".
Sustainability research in healthcare is increasingly focused on implementation - how do we achieve change within a short timeframe?
Carmen Delgado Luchner is going to talk about mediated relationships between humanitarian aid workers and beneficiaries.
Sietse Wieringa is going to talk about education for sustainable healthcare decisions in Primary care.
Lillehagen, Thakral and Sahay are going to talk about antibiotics on The European Antibiotic Awareness day.
Er den sunne maten også den som er best for miljøet og planeten? Hvordan er det med avocadoen fra Mellom-Amerika? Eller tomaten dyrket i drivhus oppvarmet med fossilt brensel - eller plukket av arbeidere som har uverdige arbeidsforhold med luselønn?
Whilst talking about climate change, we rarely discuss the impact climate change has on human health. Climate change affects different people and different communities to different degrees. However, the exposure of these threats simultaneously can result in compounding health impacts.
Dr Marta Arnaldi gives a presentation of plan for Marie Curie Project about sustainability and translation.
Professor Mona Baker and professor Eivind Engebretsen will talk about their initiative to develop the Oslo Medical Corpus as a resource for education and research in SHE.
Join human rights lawyers, tech experts and activists from across Africa, EU, US and more sharing new research and local perspectives on access, privacy, sexual and reproductive health, transparency, inequality and justice.
How can we be better prepared for the next pandemic? Svenn-Erik Mamelund is Research Professor in demographics, and talks about the importance of social inequality.
Ensomme er forstått som samfunnets problem (NOU 2019): historisk sett er: «de dumme, de slemme, de gale, de sårbare og nå også de ensomme er samfunnets ansvar».
Seminar: How does today's democracy affect our understanding of sustainability?
Would you like to know more about sustainable healthcare education?
This book will be valuable supplementary material for graduate students and academics wishing to enhance their knowledge in the fields of global health, sexual health, reproductive health and rights, and cultural studies.