Lectures and seminars Global conversation – Information sharing and public participation for sustainable health

25-10-2022 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Add to iCal
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The virtual Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Health, a collaboration between Karolinska Institutet and Makerere University in Uganda, invites you to the Global Conversation on Sustainable Health. Global Conversation is a seminar series where new ideas, innovative solutions and visions for sustainable health will be shared and discussed.


Information sharing and public participation for sustainable health.


25th of October 2022.


12-1 PM (CEST) / 1-2 PM (EAT).


Online via Zoom.


Register to the Global Conversation. 


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Bridget Msolomba Malewezi 

Dr Bridget Msolomba Malewezi is a medical doctor, public health practitioner, motivational speaker, activist & health columnist. A graduate of College of Medicine, University of Malawi & Emory University, Atlanta USA where she did a Master’s in Public Health with a focus on Global Health. She was a 2021 Harvard LEAD Fellow in the Department of Global Health  & Population at Harvard T.H Chan School & Harvard Global Health Institute. She is currently the Country Director for mothers2mothers in Malawi an African organisation that focuses on primary health care through peer mentor model of women across various 10 Sub-Saharan countries.

Professor Johan von Schreeb. Photo Martin Stenmark.
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Johan von Schreeb

Professor in Global Disaster Medicine at the Department of Global Public Health. Director for the Centre for Health Crises and lead the Centre for Research on Health Care in Disasters. The centre is a WHO collaborative centre that provides training in global disaster medicine and trauma care in austere settings, conducts research and supports policy work within the field.

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Wilson Akiiki Kaija

Communications Specialist with more than 18 years of hands-on experience as a journalist, editor, media trainer and researcher. He has spent a bigger part of the last ten years in media development work; delivering on-site and off-site journalism training across Uganda. Convinced that good radio is made in the field, his approach to training is hands-on, do-it-yourself. The focus has always been on research, content production and packaging, local radio programming, and defining and engaging audiences.


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Dr. Olivia Biermann

Health policy and systems researcher, and knowledge translation professional.