One of the main reasons I chose KI for master’s studies was because of the highly stimulating research environment it offers. I am sure it is a common reason for many of you that have applied for the Master’s program in Biomedicine. I conducted the second project (called the Research project worth 16 credits) in… Read More Research project in a dream lab
A journey of 24 credits so far 2017 has been a year of challenges for global health students. The participants are noticeably confident with knowledge in areas of: Global Health Research methodology Health policy, management, and economics Infectious diseases The total amount of credits completed is 24. This is less than half of the total… Read More 📝Planning 2018: Students of Global Health have yet to earn 36 credits before they can graduate
Where do you take your friends and family when they come visit you? How can you convince them that what Stockholm offers is worth not seeing the sun for 3 months? My family visited me in October, and I was so excited – I wanted to show off Stockholm! Below is a list of museums… Read More Family and friends coming to Stockholm? Take them to these museums and restaurants
Its only been a week since the class of Masters in Global Health has resumed at Karolinska Institutet and it’s a common feeling that everyone could have used a few more days of holidays. While for some, having the company of family or loved ones made their holidays, others relish only having the… Read More 🛀🏽 Holiday nostalgia
Course review- Epidemiological Methods for Outcome Evaluation of Public Health Interventions Happy New Year! This will be my last course review as we are now in the process of writing our thesis. This course is a 10-credit course led by Professor Rosaria Galanti. We had the pleasure of attending lectures, as well as visiting different… Read More Course review- Epidemiological Methods for Outcome Evaluation of Public Health Interventions
January brings with it two important events at Karolinska Institutet. Firstly, the Global Master’s students begin their return to Stockholm after a period of festive re-fuelling. But more importantly, January the 15th signals the last day for applications for the upcoming 2018 academic year. This combination made me sit back and reflect on the huge… Read More New year, new challenge?
For Christmas this year I took a trip to Budapest, Hungary and Krakow, Poland. Budapest We went to an underground secret hospital that was converted into a museum for tourist today. Back in the day, it was set up as an emergency hospital during the siege of Budapest. The tour was only a short hour,… Read More 2017 Holidays with the Spirit of Christmas Past
Reflections after 4 months in Stockholm.… Read More Driving home for Christmas (thoughts after 4 months at KI)
So I can’t show you how, exactly, health care is a basic human right. But what I can argue is that no one should have to die of a disease that is treatable. ~ Paul Farmer It has been 4 months since the 2017/2018 cohort of Masters in Global Health has been running. We are… Read More 🌎Course review: Introduction to Global Health
Hello, mina vänner (my friends) and välkommen (welcome) to my second blog! (Can you tell I’m practicing my Swedish and it’s not working that great for me?) Anyway, I’ve been all over the place since I started the dreaded GOC of the biomedicine bachelor programme. (General and Organic Chemistry but more on that later, I… Read More The KI Effect- What Can You Expect After Joining KI?