On 9 and 10 September 2020, the Disciplinary Domain will organise workshops on cultural intelligence for teachers, supervisors and PhD students.
The faculty meeting 11 June is cancelled. The next faculty meeting is 10 September.
Events for Medicine and Pharmacy
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Teaching Conference at Dept of Neuroscience
Thesis Defence Pirrko Hynninen
Titel: Studies of sympathetic nerve activity in cutaneous nerves in healthy subjects using intraneural microneurography. The relationship between nerve activity and effector organ response.
Workshop on cultural intelligence (CQ) – for staff members
On 9 September 2020, the Disciplinary Domain of Medicine and Pharmacy will organise a workshop on cultural intelligence for the domain’s staff members. There is room for 300 participants and the registration is kept open as long as there are places left. Please note that the Master’s students have their workshop in the afternoon on 9 September.
Workshop on cultural intelligence (CQ) – for students at the first and second cycle levels
On 10 September 2020, the Disciplinary Domain of Medicine and Pharmacy will organise a workshop on cultural intelligence for the domain’s students at the first and second cycle levels.
Neuro seminar om U print
U-CARE Seminar Series: Information of ongoing manuscripts within the research group, Erik Olsson
Received and wanted confidentiality for adolescent males in Swedish primary health care in relation to their self-reported health and health-compromising behaviors
Open higher seminar
U-CARE Seminar Series: Myocardial Infarction and Mild Cognitive Impairment – a qualitative study, Thea Liljeroos
Disputation Teodor Svedung-Wettervik, Neurosurgery
U-CARE Seminar Series: Gender bias in academia: Much ado (about nothing), Joanne Woodford
Disputation Fredrik Vedung, Neurosurgery
National Conference on History of Technology and Science on the theme Medical humanities and social sciences