BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Norad VERSION:2.0 METHOD:PUBLISH BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20190426T070000 DTEND:20190426T100000 DTSTAMP:20231201T232300 LOCATION:Norad, Bygdøy allé 2, 0257 Oslo X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:
GLOBVAC- Global health and vaccination research programme – has recently funded seven new project spanning topics of HIV/AIDS prevention, influenza vaccines for pregnant women, school dengue prevention, malaria prevention, childhood alcohol abuse and informed health choices among youth.
How can these projects contribute to Norwegian policy on global health, and how can research results be taken up in future policy work done by Norad, local governments, NGO's and other relevant stakeholders?
The Research Council of Norway and Norad invite you to this short seminar bringing policy makers and researchers together as a means to bridge the gap between policy and research.
The researchers will inform about the expected results of their projects, and both the presenters and participants of the seminar are challenged to reflect upon how the projects can be relevant to Norwegian policy on global health, the Sustainable Development Goals and how the results can be utilized in policy.
The seminar will be held in English and is open to all interested.
A light lunch will be served.


09:00: Welcome – by Norad and the Research Council of Norway
Presentations of the 7 new projects funded by GLOBVAC (5 minutes each)
09:20: Group 1: Involving children and youth
Followed by Q & A (20 minutes)
09:55 Group 2: Preventing and treating infectious diseases

Followed by Q & A (15 minutes)

10:15 Group 3: HIV/AIDS

Followed by Q & A (15 minutes)
10:45 Light lunch and mingling.

The role of research in solving global health challenges

SUMMARY:The role of research in solving global health challenges END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR