Worth a total of 7,5 ECTS this course consists of a four week on-line module and a two week on-campus module at the University of Copenhagen.
The Summer School builds on last year’s positive experience and collaboration between CLINF and the University of Copenhagen. The focus will be on health patterns and living conditions in Arctic populations. Teaching subjects include, among others
- Vital statistics
- Determinants and risk factors for health
- Health consequences of changes in living, social and climatic conditions
- One Health aspects
- Health systems and challenges to delivery of health care
- New research results
- How to work with and among indigenous populations in the Arctic, both when working with health care delivery and within research
Once again the course is organized by CLINF researcher Anders Koch.
Application deadline is 1 April. Find out more here!