Welcome to the Global Health Lecture Series!
As Global Health is something that concerns all of us, it is our goal to move beyond the borders of medical professionalism and make this field accessible to the wide audience including students and faculty from all academic disciplines as well as the public and anyone else interested in learning more about this vibrant and dynamic field that is Global Health.
Each semester we host 4 – 5 exciting lectures with speakers, not only from our Global Health Institute, but from universities, organisations, and policy departments from around the world.
The lecture series is a place and a chance to meet and listen to renowned speakers and leading experts presenting and discussing a wide array of current issues and affairs within the realm of Global Health.
If you would like to broaden your horizon and get a glimpse of present-day and future Global Health research and education come and join our lecture series.
You can find our poster below with all our current events. If you would like to see past events from the lecture series, have a look at our Archive.
Wahlfachtrack Global Health – 1 SWS
If you are signed in as participant of the Global Health Wahlfachtrack you will need to attend and participate in all our Lectures and write a short essay of 800 to 1000 words on a chosen topic that corresponds to one of the current semester’s GHLS presentations. Once you have chosen an essay topic, please email Hilde Gold for confirmation.
MEDISS Program – 1 SWS
If you are part of the MEDISS program, you also need to attend and participate in our Lectures. To receive the credits, please come to Hilde Gold, INF 130.3, 6th floor, in order to get your routing slip (Laufzettel) signed.
ECTS – 1 point
In addition to attending our lecture series in full we also require you to write an essay of 2500 words or give a presentation of 20 minutes on a topic you chose within the topics of the current semester’s GHLS presentations. Once you decide that you would like to obtain an ECTS point and have chosen your topic please contract Hilde Gold so we can set you up with a supervisor. A list of tips on how to write a good essay and any other requirements will follow shortly.
Note: To track your attendance, please log in with your full name upon entering the Webex room.
Prof. Dr. Malabika Sarker
Implementation Research: A Catalyst for Bridging the Knowledge Gap between Discovery and Delivery
December 1st – 17:15–18:30h (UTC +1)
Dr. Pedro Villarreal
International Law on Pandemic Response: Looking beyond COVID-19
December 8th – 17:15–18:30h (UTC +1)
Prof. Dr. Anke Hoeffler
Abuse and Humiliation in the Delivery Room: Prevalence and associated factors of Obstetric Violence in Ghana
January 19th – 17:15–18:30h (UTC +1)
Prof. Dr. Jana Wolf
Female Leadership – Do women really lead in a different way than men
February 2nd – 17:15–18:30h (UTC +1)