Open events

Below is a list of global health related open events hosted or recommended by the School of Global Health - University of Copenhagen.

  • 19 August - 23 August 2019

    NorWHO 2019: Environmental Health

    The NorWHO Simulation, or just NorWHO for short, is an opportunity open for students who want to put their negotiation skills to the test and experience how international guidelines on global health are reached within the World Health Organization (WHO).

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  • 20 September 2019, 16:00-20:30

    Symposium: Reaching the hard-to-reach

    For this symposium we have invited a panel that works with sexual and reproductive health and rights in rural populations. Join the discussion when each panelist present their case and help us find the best sexual and reproductive health solutions for rural populations.

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  • 10 October - 11 October 2019

    Global Health Case Challenge 2019: Bending the Curve of Obesity

    For the 5th time, School of Global Health, University of Copenhagen, invites university students from all disciplines to join the Global Health Case Challenge. The 2019-theme is 'Bending the Curve of Obesity' and this year UCPH has partnered up with Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen, Cities Changing Diabetes and EIT Health. The case challenge takes place in Copenhagen on 10-11 October 2019.

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  • 16 October - 18 October 2019

    Global Excellence Research Symposium II

    Past, present and future use of antimalarial and other drugs in the control of malaria

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  • 31 October - 3 November 2019

    Nordic City Challenge 2019: Sustainable Cities in the Nordic-Baltic Region

    Sustainable Cities in the Nordic-Baltic Region is an intensive four-day course and competition focusing on multidisciplinary and practical urban planning and collaboration. The course brings together students, teachers, professors, practitioners and other leading experts from the Nordic-Baltic countries to share ideas and work together on a real-life planning case, taking on the challenge of developing sustainable cities.

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