I believe I owe a good-bye to the people who’ve read these posts in the past and even to those who will read them in the future. My two years as a masters’ student in PH have finished in June. Perhaps because I continued to work in the public health sciences department in order to… Read More Good-bye!
If you’re a PH aficionado, you would know that World Day has come and passed with April 7th. Still, WHO has been preparing for a while and they did have an important theme in mind for this year: high blood pressure. There have been posters around the HQs asking (presumably the employees, interns, external visitors…)… Read More Happy (belated) World Health Day!
Wait, where am I? No, I haven’t mixed up Sweden with Switzerland, I am actually in the latter country. More exactly, in Geneva, working for my thesis and doing an internship at World Health Organization. Now, for a public health student, being an intern at WHO is a pretty exciting thing. Before I tell you… Read More Greetings from Switzerland
This semester has been one consisting of three-week long advanced courses in statistics, health economics, healths systems and policy, and health care management. Now, one might ask, how advanced can a student get in a three-week period? The only answer I could come up to is that less structured and less formal tasks, combined with… Read More Advanced courses
Yes, I’m that person: the “lagger” (I give myself kudos for using terms learnt in my health care management class, which I’m taking right now, but that’s about all the kudos I deserve). I’m so slow in adopting new technology (in this case, new blogging environment and tools) that I had created a blog just… Read More Who’s got two thumbs and is technologically impaired???