Newsletter Nr. 3 - May 2015

 
 
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EDITORIAL

MOOCs, research funding, global health expertise... This spring semester has been an occasion to reinforce all these efforts aimed at answering positively to the Centre Virchow-Villermé missions : to develop and promote innovative and open education and to offer a bi-national platform for linking research with policy in Global Public Health. 

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MOOCs in the Higher Education Landscape

What initiatives could be linked with MOOCs to offer a free and open online education to the broadest audience? We wish to present in this article the current e-learning academic landscape and give our vision of global and public health education enhanced by digital technologies.

By Célya Gruson-Daniel

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MOOC - NEWS

 
 
Philip Kreager

Anthropological Demography MOOC

 
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Climate Change and Health MOOC

 
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Ongoing MOOCs

 
 

research

 
 
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Student mobility : cooperation with the University of Boston

The Centre Virchow Villermé (CVV) partnered with Karsten Lunze, an assistant professor at Boston University and graduate of both Charité and Sorbonne, who mentored this academic year the first cohort of CVV students during their three months global health research rotation in Boston. Overview.

By Hélène Hauch, Hanna Gehling, Netsanet Berhe, Karsten Lunze

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Centre Virchow-Villermé Young Researchers : projects overview

Leona Kirchner, Katharina Klenk and Paula Marin joined the Centre Virchow-Villermé for Public Health Paris-Berlin (CVV) during the spring as Public Health Research interns. Their projects are covering a wide range of public health issues. Overview. 

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EXPERTISE IN GLOBAL HEALTH

 
 
Serie of Franco-German Workshops

The Centre Virchow-Villermé has conceived a four-part serie of workshops that seek to compare and contrast Germany and France in terms of their strategies and priorities in various areas of global health. The third workshop will be help in Paris in May 12 2015. 

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World Health Summit 2015

From October 11-13 (2015), more than 1,200 experts from over 80 countries will be meeting up in Berlin for the seventh time to develop novel solutions to the world’s most pressing health challenges.

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Protected: Research evaluation : an expertise mission at HCERES, Bordeaux

Elke Schäffner spend three days in Bordeaux at the “Haut conseil de l’évaluation de la recherche et de l’enseignement supérieur” (HCERES) to help evaluate the Bordeaux Research Center for Population Health. Feedback. 

By Elke Schäffner

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ZOOM : PERSPECTIVE COP21

 
 
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Climate change and diet – why should our dietary habits matter?

It is not only how we choose to travel or heat our homes that have an impact on our carbon footprint. Indeed, the food system has also a strong effect on the environment and is becoming a major issue for policy makers. But why should what we eat matter and contribute to the increase of GHGEs?

By Stefanie Schütte

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