Lunchtime seminars 2005-2007
Seminar 1: The role of WHO in the history of global health
Presentation 1: The World Health Organization and the Transition from “International” to “Global” Health
Presentation 2: The origins of primary health care and selective primary health care
Seminar 2: Going global: Uruguay, child well-being and international health, 1890-1940
Seminar 3: Cholera in Egypt and the origins of WHO
Seminar 4: From medical geography to the geography of health
Seminar 5: Contemporary approaches to the construction of knowledge in public health: the social construction of the concept of "jungle yellow fever" - a case study
Seminar 6: Health and Social Change. How comparing South Africa, Russia and 19th century Sweden gives clues on human resources for health today
Presentation: Health and Social Change How does South Africa, Russia and 19th Century Sweden compare? Points of departure …
Seminar 7: Visual Media in the Pursuit of World Health
Seminar 8: Mission Impossible? WHO's Third Decade (1968 - 77) Efforts to Make Health an Integral Part of National Socio-Economic Development
Seminar 9: Vikings Against Tuberculosis. The International Tuberculosis Campaign in India 1948-51
Seminar 10: The WHO Response To The HIV/AIDS Pandemic
Seminar 11: International Public Health Before the WHO
Seminar 12: The Rise and Fall of Health Systems Research: Lessons from the 1970s
Seminar 13: Is the World Health Organization on the right course?
Presentation: Moving societies for health. Can WHO do it ?
Paper: Moving societies for health – can WHO do it?