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  • 12 January 2018, 16:00-19:00

    Info meeting for IDA Young Development Professionals Network

    Join Young Development Professionals (YDP) and be a part of an interdisciplinary networkof young professionals with a keen interestin global development. » Read more

  • 22 January - 26 January 2018

    PhD course: Pregnancy and programming and later risk of obesity related disease

    PhD course on Pregnancy and programming and later risk of obesity

    Deadline 8 January 2018

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  • 26 January 2018, 14:00

    PhD Defence: Antibiotic prescription, dispensing and use practices in rural and urban community in Eastern Region, Ghana

    Antibiotic prescription, dispensing and use practices in Ghana with relevance for antibiotic resistance development » Read more

  • 6 February 2018, 12:40-16:00

    Sustainability Seminar Series: Air Pollution and Cardiovascular Disease

    When: Tuesday 6 February 2018
    Where: CSS Room 2.1.24, University of Copenhagen, CSS Campus, Øster Farimagsgade 5, 1014 Copenhagen » Read more

  • 22 February 2018, 16:00-18:00

    COPE Socials: Forcast-based financing: Innovation in preparing for extreme weather

    The Copenhagen Center for Disaster Research (COPE) is continuing its monthly networking events. There will be cheap cocktails at student/disaster-interested-friendly prices, spirited discussions and some COPE-sponsored snacks. For each meeting, we will invite someone to talk for approximately 30 minutes, followed by a 15 minute Q&A. That’s it. Interesting people, cocktails and disaster and humanitarian related discussions.  » Read more

  • 23 February - 25 February 2018

    Smart City Challenge Frederiksberg 2018

    University of Copenhagen | SCIENCE Innovation Hub and the Municipality of Frederiksberg present ’Smart City Challenge Frederiksberg 2018’. Our goal is to solve urban challenges, and you are invited. » Read more

  • 2 March 2018, 14:00-15:30

    COPE/Global Health Seminar

    COPE will hold an informal seminar at 14:00-15:30 for COPE and Global Health researchers with talks from Professor Kirsten Bookmiller and Professor Sepideh Yalda from Millersville University. » Read more

  • 9 March 2018, 11:00-17:00

    Workshop: Means restriction: where do we go from here?

    ​The main aim of DRISP is to conduct research evaluating suicide preventive initiatives, such as treatment for people at risk of suicide and restriction of access to means of suicide. » Read more

  • 9 March 2018, 16:00-19:00

    From chaos to sustainability: Improving healthcare and changing the world invites you to a symposium, which is for anyone who is interested in development and improving healthcare- and systems globally. » Read more

  • 15 March 2018, 16:00-18:00

    COPE Socials: The politics of flooding and climate-induced resettlement

    March’s talk will focus on the issue of displacement and climate-induced resettlement due to extreme flooding. We will be focusing on the case of Zambia, a country where the government has planned to resettle entire communities impacted by climate change. Whilst guidelines for this, known as Planned Relocation, are being developed, lessons from the ground show additional points that need to be addressed. » Read more

  • 5 April - 14 April 2018

    PhD course: Food, Health and Philosophy in East and West

    International and interdisciplinary PhD course organised in China. For PhD students and R&D professionals interested in food, health and the underlying cultural, philosophical and scientific reasons for specific health views. » Read more

  • 5 April 2018, 15:00-16:30

    Seminar on The Epidemiology of Health Promotion in light of Human Ecology

    Epidemiology has produced an analysis of the patterns and of the spread of infectious diseases in defined populations, while attempting to identify the pathogens and the risk factors involved in such epidemic fluctuations. » Read more

  • 12 April 2018, 16:00-18:00

    COPE Socials: The Global Refugee Crisis: The Impact on Europe & Denmark

    April’s talk will focus on a defining issue in European politics over the past few years. As governments across Europe and the western world struggle to address the current refugee and migrant crisis, this event will discuss recent developments around the topic and provide commentary on how States can move forward and share responsibility in the management of these issues.  » Read more

  • 25 April 2018, 13:00-16:00

    Seminar on The importance of living in Ghetto areas – on health, social life, education and work?

    The so-called ‘Ghetto areas’ in Denmark refer to areas with large neighbourhood ethnic density. These areas are much debated in Danish politics, most lately in the New Year speech of our prime minister. However, what is the evidence behind this debate? » Read more

  • 27 April - 29 April 2018

    SheffWHO Simulation

    The simulation is on April 27th-29th, 2018 with registration closing on April 6th, 2018. Delegates can represent a WHO Member State (Country), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Pharmaceutical Companies and Media organisations - to tackle this topical health issue, and create innovative solutions to improve our world. » Read more

  • 7 May 2018, 14:00

    PhD Defence: Self-harm in Sri Lanka

    PhD Defence: Self-harm in Sri Lanka 
    Jane Brandt Sørensen
    Title: Self-harm in Sri Lanka – Exploring the role of social norms, alcohol practices and media reporting » Read more

  • 8 May 2018, 09:00-12:00

    Symposium on Fixing Diabetes

    Professor Timothy Charles Skinner’s inaugural lecture and the joined conference between Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen and the Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen » Read more

  • 12 May 2018, 09:30-15:00

    CALIS symposium 2018

    The recent Ebola and Zika outbreaks showed, that epidemic diseases still remain a grave threat to world health. When Ebola struck, the global community was not prepared. Potential vaccines existed but critically they had not yet been proven safe, which delayed assessment of their effectiveness to protect against the disease. Many more diseases exist which are known epidemic threats, but for which we do not have vaccines. » Read more

  • 18 May 2018, 13:00-16:00

    PhD Defence: Something old, something new

    PhD defence: Matthew David Phelps » Read more

  • 22 May 2018, 09:00-18:00

    Symposium: Embedding innovation in healthcare – opportunities and challenges

    Aim of the symposium:  The symposium will provide a unique opportunity to exchange and explore issues and developments in Digital Health and its impact on patient care. It will enable new insights by bringing together leaders, researchers and clinicians from Australia and Denmark, committed to improving health and well-being. The symposium will provide practical opportunities to resolve critical issues and strategies to impact policy in order to innovate and embed health systems that institutionalise high quality patient care. The programme also aims to promote partnerships between universities, government, non- government organisations, healthcare institutions, industry and other relevant professionals and stakeholders to address healthcare innovation challenges. The symposium will include participants from academia, government, industry, and the wider policy community.  Registration: Please register here by 9 May, 2018. Participation is free of charge. Please find the official invitation and the preliminary programme. » Read more

  • 28 May 2018, 13:15-15:00

    Policy seminar: Where do you stand?

    Kick off your weekend with a case seminar on policy development based on the HPV-vaccination debate in Denmark and with global perspectives. » Read more

  • 31 May 2018, 09:00-12:00

    Open Event: Health in Emergencies - how do we transition from the acute phase to the longer term?

    The Master of Disaster Management (MDMa) at the School of Global Health, University of Copenhagen and the Network of Humanitarian Action (NOHA) cordially invite you to join us in our next Public Lecture/Discussion on Health in Emergencies- how do we transition from the acute phase to the longer term?Examples of succes and failure Date 31 May 2018 Time  09:00-12:00 Place CSS 35.01.06, Øster Farimagsgade 5, 1014 Copenhaen K Organizers Master of Distaster Management, School of Global Health & Network On Humanitarian Action Register Online registration form Please find full programme below "''Click to enlarge,,       » Read more

  • 20 August - 24 August 2018

    2018 annual NorWHO conference

    The organizing committee of NorWHO cordially request the honor of the presence from students at the School of Global Health - University of Copenhagen for the 2018 annual NorWHO conference. » Read more