Greenland Center for Health Research, University of Greenland, invites PhD students to apply for and participation in our PhD course. For the past two years Arctic Communities have been challenged by the Covid-19 pandemic in different ways and there are important lessons to learn from all Arctic regions. This PhD Course will focus on diverse community perspectives from across the Arctic including methodological perspectives on conducting case studies, applying a strength-based theoretical framework, and bridging Indigenous Sciences with Western Sciences when doing health research in the Arctic. Further the course will bring together experts and knowledge holders in the field of circumpolar health research to talk about lessons learned during the pandemic and opportunities for collaboration across the Arctic.
11th NUNAMED Movement in Health - Culture, health and a good life / Kulturi, peqqissusseq & inuunerissuunerlu NUNAMED is for all researchers and health care persons with an active interest in Greenlandic Health Research and takes place in Nuuk on Sep. 30 – Oct. 2, 2022. The conference language is Danish/Scandinavian, however workshops in both English, Greenlandic and Danish is planned. The PhD course will be held in English, and we invite presenters of PhD projects and presenters who do not speak Danish or Greenlandic to present in English. Fee: 4,000 DKK. For students (PhD students excluded) 1,000 DKK.
More information on these two events in the attached files.
Contact information: Christine Ingemann (Vice-Lead)