The UArctic Thematic Network on Health and Wellbeing is organizing this course in conjunction with Nunamed X conference.
The course is available for advanced master’s and for doctoral students. The program foresees lectures, case studies and group work focusing on community-based research in the Arctic, on multidisciplinary research and questions of ethics. Participants will also have presentations at the ensuing Nunamed X conference.
Find more information here.
CLINF members Gert Mulvad and Anders Koch are co-organizing and teaching at the course.