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À l’ère de la post-vérité, les anti-vaccins «jouent avec le feu»

Spécialiste de l’histoire de la santé le Professeur Patrick Zylberman prend clairement position dans la polémique actuelle sur les futures obligations vaccinales. Il rappelle que le rejet des vaccins «se paie cash». Retrouvez l’entretien entre Jean-Yves Nau...   Read More

Le Centre Virchow-Villermé participera à la journée d’études SRNU « Francophonie numérique » organisée à l’Université d’Utrecht le 22 novembre 2017.

Le 22 novembre 2017, le Centre Virchow–Villermé participera à la journée d’études SRNU « Francophonie numérique » organisée à l’Université d’Utrecht avec la collaboration de l’Alliance Française d’Utrecht, le Faculty Club UU, l’Institut français des Pays-Bas et l’Ambassade de France...   Read More

The Virchow-Villermé’s ranking of health in 30 European Countries

Understanding health determinants remains crucial in public health research. Rankings of health determinants may help to give an overview for stakeholders in order to improve health. Different health rankings exist, but most of them do...   Read More

Summerschool “Global Health and local Knowledge”

During the week of September 20th, 2016, the Institute of Public Health had organized a summer school on “Global Health and Local Knowledge: Learning from Case Studies”. Students from around the world with a large...   Read More

Paris WHO 2016

Students from all over the world gathered in Paris at the “Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Santé Publique” (EHESP) to exchange opinions and visions on current public health issues. This year’s theme was Migration and...   Read More

Research Assistant

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Elysée Treaty, the French and German governments created the Centre Virchow-Villermé for Public Health. It responds to the desire to pool knowledge and combine competencies in...   Read More

“The best thing for policy makers would be to include health in the cost-benefit calculation of climate action” Interview with Prof Rainer Sauerborn

Why do you think health is a good argument in the climate change negotiations? If you want to convince people, you need to bring forth something positive. They are keener to be inspired by something...   Read More

What Makes Great Boards Great

When reading a paper from Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, associate dean for executive programs at the Yale School of Management in New Haven, Connecticut, published in September 2002 in Harvard Business Review (pdf on line without any...   Read More

Christmas 2013: Towards a PeacE-Pipe?

When the battle is raging on electronic cigarettes in Europe, a compromise was issued last Wednesday 18th of December from the trilogue between the European Commission, the European Council and the European Parliament. Never the...   Read More

Computer Assisted Essay-Grading

We knew for a while automated grading of multiple choice questionnaires, and we were eagerly looking forward to using essay-grading softwares. MIT did it! The New York Times published on April, 4th, that the nonprofit joint venture from...   Read More

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