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Obstetrician Robert Byamugisha epitomises some of the challenges and rewards of being a part of CIH’s competency-building activities in international health.
… with good reason: hip fractures are associated with increased mortality.
Professor Ole Frithjof Norheim comments on the Lancet Commission’s Global Health 2035 Report, celebrating 20 years since WDR 1993.
Nine delegates from UiB participated in the 2014 annual WUN Conference, including two from CIH.
PhD candidate Sally el Tayeb gives a live interview for Knut Melvær’s podcast, Udannet.
How do relationships impact care and rehabilitation following a major burn injury?
Meeting the special needs of children who are the next-of-kin for parents with serious health problems is important both for health promotion and disease prevention.
NORHED, NORAD’s new programme, started in 2013. It aims to strengthen capacity in higher education in low-and middle-income countries.
Global and development-related research is one of two priority areas for research at the University of Bergen.
Infants who are breastfed by HIV positive mothers are not infected by HIV if they are treated with certain medicines, according to new research at the University of Bergen with partners.
And if they do, how and why do they work?
Selection of essential medicines in Tanzania is currently based more on experience and subjective criteria than on evidence.
The results of a study comparing groups in Norway and Italy have shown that sun exposure in childhood and adolescence may lower the risk of later developing Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
Global and development-related research is one of two priority areas for research at the University of Bergen.
Students and teachers come from all over the world. Scientific input from both north and south is of great importance for the University of Bergen.
Thinking of buying someone a bunch of roses? Maybe you should think again.
New course for PhD candidates, with Allen Wilcox from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIH), USA.
In this recently published article, Line Iden Berge takes a closer look at depressive disorders in persons with type 1 diabetes.

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