The time for one of the most expected (and feared) courses of the Health Economics, Policy and Management programme finally arrived, and it came with a pandemic! The economic evaluation of healthcare programmes course integrates the knowledge acquired during previous courses in order to dive into the world of cost-effectiveness analyses of health interventions. This… Read More Economic Evaluation of Health Care Programmes: a course review
Welcome to Karolinska Institutet and most importantly, welcome to the Bioentrepreneurship family! You are joining a masters where you will study courses that bridges your previous science background with business studies and learn how to integrate that knowledge into your practical placements and consequently, into your future line of work. You are joining a masters… Read More Admitted to Masters in Bioentrepreneurship? Congratulations!
The second semester of the Health Economics, Policy and Management programme continued with one of the most interesting courses so far: “Health Outcomes Measurement”. During almost two months we learned how to describe and compare different health outcomes measures as well as the different methods used to value health states. Schedule: The course had a… Read More Health Outcomes Measurement: a course review
It is 8:00 am in the morning and I go through my usual snooze ritual for 15 minutes. I slowly get myself out of bed and walk to my window where I (yet again) see the swarm of clouds covering the Stockholm sky. I am questioning whether going to school is worth it. I realise… Read More My typical day as a Bioentrepreneurship student
Looking for a cheap, fast way of getting out of Stockholm this weekend? Then I have a great suggestion of location for you. It’s Uppsala! Uppsala is a small city, north of Stockholm. Takes maybe 1 hour (+/-) to get there depending on where in Stockholm you travel from. You take the regional trains from… Read More Uppsala – A perfect getaway from Stockholm!
This blogpost introduces the students admitted to the Master’s programme in Bioentrepreneurship (MBE) 2019. This master is 1 out of 9 global master programmes KI offers. Get ready for some hard facts and statistics about my classmates and their profiles! 1. Nationalities My class represents 20 different nationalities. We are also the biggest number of… Read More Masters in Bioentrepreneurship 2019. Who got in?
Heaven greats us with loud barking and the smell of wet dog. Let me tell you the story of how this solved one of my personal mysteries at KI. Walking over campus, sitting at the library or at Jöns Jakob, I had always seen people walking with a heap of dogs around them. Small dogs,… Read More What is a Hunddagis?
When I walked into the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences on a cold Tuesday morning to meet Senior Professor of International Health Systems Research, Göran Tomson, I could not even image how inspiring and fascinating our talk will be. Read the recent #humansofKI interview to learn more about the universal health coverage, glocal approach in… Read More Göran Tomson, Senior Professor – #HumansOfKI
iGEM Stockholm is a team of students from universities around Stockholm who spent 2018 developing Biotic Blue, an enzyme-based solution for cleaning antibiotics from waste water. I managed to steal a moment from the busy schedule of KI Master’s student Chris Garcia to speak with him about his role on the project. What is iGEM?… Read More Chris Garcia, Project Leader of iGEM Stockholm 2018 – #HumansOfKI
Karolinska Institutet has a lot to offer including high-quality education, excellent research and exciting student life. A master’s student, Betty Tesfai, knows this firsthand. She might have just started the Master’s Programme in Biomedicine this fall, but it is her fourth year at Karolinska Institutet. Betty has graduated last June with a Bachelor’s Degree in… Read More Betty Tesfai, Master’s in Biomedicine – #HumansOfKI