Global Health concerns all of us!
Whether you are a student or a professor of medical or political science, form geography, ethnography, law, etc… every sector and every part of life is related to health and wellbeing in some way or another. A fact which the COVID-19 pandemic impressively underscored.
Why are we called Georg Forster?
Johann Georg Adam Forster was a German naturalist, ethnologist, travel writer, journalist and revolutionary. He has joined James Cook on his second voyage to the pacific. Although his name might not intuitively speak for global health, however, Georg Forster resembles some very important values that are reflected in this field – seeing concepts and problems not only in their local or national context but globally. He was known for striving to see cultures and people for who they are without prejudice, without western supremacy, but instead with empathy - a characteristic that research and policy making might benefit from in de-colonizing the realm of global health.
Coming Events | GHLS
Jerome Lock-Wah-Hoon, MSc
From Ebola to COVID-19: same same but different.
December 9th 2021 - 17:15 – 18:30 (UTC+1)
Dr. Gloria Asare
Optimizing Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health Services in the Midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Ghana Experience.
January 20th 2022 - 17:15 – 18:30 (UTC+1)
Prof. Dr. Jale Tosun
January 27th 2022 - 17:15 – 18:30 (UTC+1)
Dr. Juliane Dame
Water governace, urbanisation and climate change in the Trans-Himalaya
February 3rd 2022 - 17:15 – 18:30 (UTC+1)
Past Events | GHLS summer semester 2021
PD Valérie R. Louis, MSc, PhD
Climate Change and Health – Impact, adaptation and response
April 22nd – 17:15-18:45 (UTC+2)
Hannah Eger, BSc
Antibiotic resistance – A global threat
May 06th – 17:15-18:45 (UTC+2) Recording is available on YouTube
Samantha Vanderslott, PhD
Debates on making COVID-19 vaccines mandatory
May 20th – 17:15-18:45 (UTC+2)
Ernesto Gozzer MD, MSc
Peru's COVID-19 response – an insight to health work in Latin America
June 10th – 17:15-18:45 (UTC+2) Recording is available on YouTube