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In january the Pandemic Centre will offer a two-weeks course for students to learn from the Covid 19-pandemic. The course is open to both PhD-students and Master students from all diciplines at the university.
In collaboration with LawTransform (Center on Law and Social Transformation), the Pandemic Center organizes a discussion on "Migrant Health in the pandemic".
Would you like to learn more about previous pandemics and current issues about the covid 19 pandemic from international researchers? This fall, OsloMet is arranging a digital webinar series open for everyone.
Through the international vaccine project "Inno4Vac", the University of Bergen will contribute to research and innovation to enable faster development and production of new vaccines.
How do we interpret past pandemics? A recent book chapter examines how medieval leprosy was reinterpreted and reinvented for the modern world.
A paper published in the prestigious journal Nature Medicine on long-COVID, describes persistent symptoms six months after acute COVID-19, even in young home isolated people.
The first joint article from the Pandemic Centre as a unit has now been published in Scandinavian Journal of Public Health.
Professor Eirik Holmøyvik is lead author together with Benedikte Moltumyr Høgberg and Christoffer Conrad Eriksen from the University in Oslo of the article "Norway: Legal Response to Covid-19" in "The Oxford Compendium of National Legal Responses to Covid-19".
Associate professor at UiB, Kjetil Rommetveit, has received funding from the Research Council of Norway (RCN) to study contact tracing under covid-19 as digital politics.
We've asked Robert Gray to give teachers ten tips for digital teaching.
How does the health-authorities choose to communicate when the world is experiencing a global crisis? This will be the main topic in a new rhetoric-study with researchers from Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
A large number or people did not comply with the quarantine or isolation requirements in connection with Covid-19, a new study from UiB and FHI shows.
How does Covid-19 effect men's sperm and the next generation’s immune system? UiB researchers will find out by collecting sperm from coronavirus patients.
Professor May Hauken at the Centre for Crisis Psychology believes that there has been too little focus on the psychosocial consequences of the pandemic. She has some advice on how to best deal with everyday life in the time of the coronavirus.