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Thème: « Interdisciplinarité, multisectorialité et engagement communautaire pour l’élimination des maladies parasitaires et fongiques »
The programme is 12 months full-time or 24-36 months part-time.
*Skills and other attributes *
Students will be able to demonstrate:
-Critically interpret, synthesise and apply research evidence to support SRHR policies and programs
-Design, and cost a SRHR programme informed by the latest evidence and tailored to the context
-Select and deploy appropriate methods, data sources and quality measurement approaches to monitor and evaluate SRHR programmes and policies
-Critically appraise policy strategies to promote SRHR in low- and middle-income settings, that reflect the variation in needs of different population groups
-Apply skills in communication with specialist and non-specialist audiences, advocacy, and collaborative working to engage effectively with stakeholders who influence sexual and reproductive health policy and programming
Applications are invited for two full-time, three-year PhD positions at the Institute of Health and Society, Department of Community Medicine and Global Health. Intended starting date is September 1st 2022.
The Department of Community Medicine and Global Health has a broad range of research in the fields of community medicine, epidemiology, occupational medicine, global health, medical anthropology and medical history. Community medicine research, as we practice it, aims to produce knowledge about structural, environmental, social, and cultural circumstances that impact health and health inequities, and about actions, interventions and practices that may work to promote health, prevent illness, reduce suffering, and cure ill health. Knowledge of social and cultural frames in a society is necessary for professional understanding in community medicine. For more information, see the department’s homepage and the department’s strategic plan (in Norwegian)....