We are thrilled to share the news that two of SHE's projects have been awarded Circle U. Interdisciplinary Thematic Research Network grant.
A forthcoming book explores differences in beliefs of what constitutes reliable scientific evidence during public health emergencies, including Covid-19.
Researchers and students in India, South Korea, from Centre for Sustainable Healthcare Education and Department of Informatics at University of Oslo are going to build the design and development of digital health education modules.
Our International Advisory Board is advising us on how to bridge the gap between policy goals and educational practice.
Eivind Engebretsen is appointed as Chair of Global Health at the European University Alliance Circle U, with the mission to explore the interface between global health and democracy. Here you can read his mission statement.
SHE is currently working with the Genealogies of Knowledge Research Network on developing various projects supported by the Oslo Medical Corpus.
Elin Rosvold leads work package 2 in SHE together with Eivind Engebretsen.
Spring 2021: SHE launches a series of seminars on sustainability related to health issues in different forms.
It is time to present the researchers in SHE, what they do and what their aim is.
Professor Kristin M. Heggen, Researcher Tony J. Sandset and Professor Eivind Engebretsen have written the editorial in World Health Organization Bulletin, October 2020.
Sujan Rijal is studying a Masters Degree in Health Economics, Policy and Management at the University of Oslo. He arrived January 2020, and eight weeks later the lock down started.
- Many international students do not benefit from financial crisis packages and many have great difficulties. We are now announcing 15 scholarships that specifically target this group, says Eivind Engebretsen, Vice Dean and Executive Chairman of SHE, Center for Excellence in Higher Education at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Oslo.