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The report is entitled “Tillit til prioriteringer—økt åpenhet, medvirkning og kompetanse” (“Trust in priority setting—increased transparency, participation and competence”)
This year's theme for the Bergen Summer Research School is "Education 2030 and Beyond: Addressing Global Challenges"
Join the dynamic and international research team at BCEPS, a Norges forskningsråd (Research Council of Norway) Centre of Excellence at the University of Bergen.
On Monday 8 January, the official opening of BCEPS Centre of Excellence took place in the university aula. The centre will develop new methods and ethical frameworks to help decision-makers in ensuring a fairer distribution of health services. ​
The Ministry of Health & Population (MoHP) in Nepal inaugurated the BCEPS-supported 'Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage (UHC) project' on December 04, 2023, marking a significant milestone in advancing healthcare strategies.
BCEPS was among the collaborators at this Africa CDC workshop on Fair Priority Setting Processes for Health Benefit Package Design/Revision held in Dakar, Senegal, November 2023.
BCEPS contributed greatly to the engaging and interactive programme on priority setting during this year's Alrek Days that ran from 20-22 September.
BCEPS is looking to appoint a new Communications Advisor to join its international research team in Bergen and help put the Bergen Centre for Ethics and Priority Setting in Health at the forefront of science communication.
The Commission is bringing together a group of international experts to facilitate a transition to climate-resilient and sustainable health systems.
The purpose of the event was to promote an organised approach to health priority setting in the design of health benefit packages.
In this year’s National Summit of Health and Population Scientists in Nepal, BCEPS Senior Researcher presented about priority setting of health sector interventions in the path towards UHC.
BCEPS PhD Candidate and Harvard Takemi Fellow Anand Bhopal has just published the article "Fair Pathways to Net-Zero Healthcare" together with BCEPS Director and Professor Ole Frithjof Norheim.
Global climate change is impacting food systems, biodiversity, and ecosystems, with major implications for health. At the recent Prince Mahidol Award Conference, BCEPS PhD candidate Anand Bhopal shared his work on pathways to low carbon healthcare.
After three years of hard work, the BCEPS Zanzibar Team led by Omar Mwalim and Kjell Arne Johansson were able to celebrate the Ministry of Health's launch of a new Essential Health Care Package (EHCP).
The results are out and BCEPS is one of two centres at the University of Bergen to receive Centre of Excellence (SFF) status from the Research Council of Norway.
The Takemi Program is organised by the Department of Global Health and Population at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Epidemiology experts Kenneth Rothman, Vera Ehrenstein and Matthew Fox travelled to Bergen as visiting lecturers for the Centre for Intervention Science in Maternal and Child Health (CISMAC).

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