Historical aspects of global health – Robert Koch, colonial medicine and us

As part of the ZIG-Talk series the Centre for International Health Protection (ZIG) presents a webinar on Historical aspects of global health – Robert Koch, colonial medicine and us on October 14, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM UTC+2.

 

Organizer: Centre for International Health Protection (ZIG) at the Robert-Koch-Institut

 

About the ZIG-Talks: Series of lectures on current issues in global health

Experts – mostly from German and European institutions – address important global health topics, not least to inform and shape RKI’s future international health activities. Talks in 2019 focused on health systems research and global health protection. The 2020 lectures addressed issues of interdisciplinarity in global health. Current talks look at inequalities, colonial continuities and decolonization in global health.

 

Speaker: Christoph Gradmann, Institute of Health and Society, University of Oslo

 

Please register at ZIG-Talks@rki.de
You will receive the link for the Webex Event after registration.

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