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.
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?
Both in Norway and internationally, sustainability education is being criticized for forwarding an individualistic perspective emphasizing consumption and life style choices rather than addressing structural causes for climate- and environmental crises. How can we change that?
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?
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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.
Exploring the environmental costs of healthcare.
Global health professor and founding chair of SHE, Eivind Engebretsen, participates in the seminar at IILP-Universitat Jaume in Spain.
Evidence-based practice in psychology is seriously flawed, says psychologist and philosopher Henrik Berg. Welcome to SHEtalk in December.
Welcome to SHEtalk by Associate Professor Wim Van Daele. Wim will talk about "From socio-cultural organization to microbial and molecular regulation of life, and back: Towards an interdisciplinary integration through biosocial pathways and entanglements."
Welcome to Opening Webinar in Centre for Sustainable Healthcare Education (SHE)
Keynote speakers: Professor Ole Petter Ottersen and Professor Trisha Greenhalgh
Welcome to a talk by Dr. Gemma Hughes. Gemma will explain her perspective on Virtual Presence, which is shaped by her previous experience of working in the public sector in the UK, as well as her academic work.