National Conference on History of Technology and Science on the theme Medical humanities and social sciences
- Date: –
- Location: See conference homepage
- Organiser: The Swedish National Committee for the History of Science and Technology at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Department of History of Science, Department of Economic History
- Contact person: Ylva Söderfeldt
The National Conference on History of Technology and Science will be held in Uppsala 16–18 March, 2022, and the theme of the conference is Medical humanities and social sciences. Read more on the conference homepage.
Events for Medicine and Pharmacy
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SweDeliver and NextBioForm Webinar
SweDeliver and NextBioForm invite to the first webinar of autumn 22. Full program will be announced shortly on the SweDeliver website.
SweDeliver Summit 2022
SweDeliver Summit 2022 is a meeting place expected to gather approximately 80 representatives from academia, industrial partners and the Scientific Advisory Board of the Nationas Competence Center in drug delivery
Rudbeckseminarium, Fridtjof Lund Johansen
Title: Turning the Western Blot upside down
Host: Ulf Landegren
UAC webinar: Lindon Moodie & Erik Holmqvist
More info to be published closer to the event date.
Save the date! Mingle & Meet the new cohort of Global Health master students
Public defence: Achieving person-centred pain management for the patient with acute abdominal pain - Guided by the Fundamentals of Care framework.
Therese Avallin defends her thesis "Achieving person-centred pain management for the patient with acute abdominal pain - Guided by the Fundamentals of Care framework".
The public defence will be held in Swedish.
Biomedicinskt centrum, BMC
The public health ethics of indoor and outdoor lighting
How to reach a wider audience for your research
How can we, who are active in academia, improve our research communication in order to reach out to more people? Are there any practical tips and tricks when it comes to presenting our research orally? How can storytelling make our research easier to understand?
Rudbeckseminarium, Joris Vermeesch
Host: Maria Wilbe