Global Women's Health in times of Global and Planetary Changes

27th Annual Meeting of FIDE and 7th Halle - Addis Ababa PAGEL Summer School

16.-18. September 2022 | Hybrid (online & präsenz)

am Universitätsklinikum Halle (Saale)

 

Contact: PD Dr. Eva Kantelhardt & Maria Eckenweber

                 Phone: 0345 557 3586

                 fide2022☉uk-halle.de

 

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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - STILL OPEN

Please submit your abstract until 31.08.2022: FIDE2022@uk-halle.de

To download the template for the abstract submission please click here.

 

For our conference's main session on Global Health

"Empowering Communities - Equitable health and access to care" 

we are happy to annouce our first speaker, Dr. Karen Yeates.

 

Dr. Karen Yeates is is a clinician and scientist in Global Women's Health with a focus on how to improve access to prevention, detection and treatment of non-communicable diseases, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. She is co-founder and co-director of the Queen's University School of Medicine Office of Global Health.

 


Our conference's main session on Planetary Health

"Rethinking Women's Health in times of climate change - Multi-dimensional determinants of health"

will feature, among others, Dr. Cecilia Sörensen and Melvine Otieno

 

Dr. Cecilia Sörensen is an Emergency Medicine physician-investigator in the area of climate change and health and the director of the Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education at Columbia University. Dr Sörensen's multiple engagements aim to translate Planetary Health research into policy, clinical action and education to build resilience in vulnerable communities.

 

Melvine Otieno is an environmental health scientist and founder of the Planetary Health Eastern Africa Hub. Via her multiple activities in Sub-Saharan Africa and beyond, she aims at stimulating regional community building, provide education for transformative action and push for strategic policy-making in the face of the greatest planetary health emergency of our time.

We are happy to announce first details on our workshop programme on Friday Sep 16 covering the following topics:

 

Friday, 2.30 - 4.00 pm

Planetary Health I - Psychologische Dimensionen der Klimakrise - ins Handeln kommen und handlungsfähig bleiben

(In German by Melanie GerhardsMelanie Gerhardsist Psychiaterin und spricht über Implikationen der Klimakrise auf unsere psychische Gesundheit, psychotherapeutische Perspektiven auf multiple Abwehrmechanismen und Lösungswege, um aktiv zur Transformation beizutragen.)

Kommunikation und Umgang zu Themen der Sexualität bei Migrantinnen
(In German by Simone Schwarz & Veronika Weixler, SAIDA)

Global Health I - 5 years on the Ground in Tanzania
(In German, by Antje Henke, IMEBI)

 

Friday, 4.30 - 6.00 pm

Global Health II - Ethiopian community perspectives
(In English, by Mirgissa Kaba, Addis Ababa University)

Speaking freely and presentation skill training

(in English, by Alexis Krüger)

Postpartale Hämorrhagie
(In German, by M. Bergner, UKH)

 

Saturday, 5.00 - 6.00 pm

Global Health, racism and colonial continuities
(online in English, by Angela Schuster, Charité)

Planetary Health Education in Public Health and Medicine

(online in English, by Cecilia Sorensen, Melvine Otieno, Nikolaus Mezger)

 

For Registration to the workshops please click here.

TRYP by Wyndham Halle Universitätsklinikum Halle
Büroforum und Hotels Halle Dessau Betriebs GmbH
Neustädter Passage 5
06122 Halle/Saale


Anreise: 16.09.2022
Abreise: 18.09.2022


Kontakt für Zimmerbuchung:
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Preise: Standard Einzelzimmer 69,00 EUR pro Zimmer / Nacht
Standard Doppelzimmer 88,00 EUR pro Zimmer / Nacht


Folgende Leistungen sind im Zimmerpreis inkludiert:
· Teilnahme am Frühstück
· kostenfreies Ticket für den ÖPNV


Abrufende: 05.08.2022
Zahlungsmodalitäten: Selbstzahler vor Ort