Global Health

Global HealthGlobal health research embodies research on health problems related to challenges that particularly affect people in developing countries. The Faculty of Medicine, NTNU, has decided to increase its investment in global health. We are aware of good research, teaching and clinical activity going on in Mid Norway that is oriented towards developing countries. Many scientists in this region have active collaborations with selected institutions and individual scientists in developing countries. The faculty would like to contribute to more cooperation, networking and professional experience in this area. The seminar aims to increase this cooperation, while providing professional input and inspiration for further research.


Welcome to the Global Health Day 2013

The Faculty of Medicine, NTNU invite you to a global health seminar 29 October.

Program

The seminar is divided into sections as follows:

  • Health Personnel education
  • Health Technology in low and middle income countries.
  • Networking and discussion

 

See the program here.

Global health research embodies research on health problems related to challenges that particularly affect people in low- and middle income countries. The Faculty of Medicine, NTNU, has increased its investment in global health, in close cooperation with St.Olavs University Hospital, HiST as well as partner institutions in low- and middle income countries. The seminar aims to increase cooperation, networking and further research activity while providing professional input and inspiration.

Target audience
The target group are persons engaged in research, teaching or clinical activities targeted towards developing countries as well as students in health sciences / medicine.

Registration and deadlines
The seminar, lunch and pizza are free. Please register here.

Contact persons: Elin Yli Dvergsdal, elin.y.dvergsdal@ntnu.no and Kari Håland, kari.haland@ntnu.no

 

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