Postadress

Uppsala universitet
Kvinnors och barns hälsa
Akademiska sjukhuset
751 85 Uppsala

Klinisk psykologi i hälso- och sjukvård
Uppsala universitet
Uppsala biomedicinska centrum
Institutionen för kvinnors och barns hälsa
Klinisk psykologi i hälso- och sjukvård
Box 572
751 23 Uppsala

Besöksadress

MTC-huset: Dag Hammarskjölds väg 14B, 2 tr
Obst/Gyn, Pediatrik: Akademiska sjukhuset, Ing 95-96 nbv
IMCH: Drottninggatan 4, plan 4
Klinisk psykologi i hälso- och sjukvård: Husargatan 3, BMC, D11

Telefon

018-611 00 00 (växel)

Fax

MTC-huset: 018-611 55 83
IMCH: 018-50 80 13

E-post

kbh@kbh.uu.se
fornamn.efternamn@kbh.uu.se


Seminarier och workshops

Research Seminar in Falsterbo 2016 (in Swedish) 

  • Expert meeting of the Eastern Partnership Panel on Migration and Asylum,  Moldova to discuss immigration detention 2014.
  • Deliver presentation for consultants and residents in obstetrics and gynecology who works at Shahid Beheshti University hospitals at a seminar in Tehran 2013.
  • Policy workshop with the government of India and representatives from five states, including Rajasthan 2014.
  • Experts meetings with EU member states, the Council of Europe, IOM and the Swedish Migration agency to coproduce and facilitate evidence-based policy recommendations to improve ; 2014 and 2015.
  • The preliminary audit findings were presented to doctors, midwives, support staff of maternity wards of national referral hospital, and referring hospital, Muhimbili National Hospital in Dar es Salaam public health system, in a workshop themed: “Improving Quality of Obstetric Care in Dar es Salaam Public Hospitals”, in January 2015.
  • Delivered presentation and distributing the results of the project for obstetricians and gynecologists who work in Tehran

Scientific Nordic Network in Global Reproductive Health

The research group has been hosting network meetings in Uppsala since 2009, where researchers from Nordic countries meet and discuss various aspects of SRHR in low-income countries and refugees in the Western countries.

2009: Abortion among foreign-born women in the Nordic countries – what can we learn from research in their home countries?

2010: Caesarean sections among immigrants and in low-income settings

2010: Female genital cutting as a research topic

2011:”Maternal Near Miss” in different contexts – what can we learn through methodology?

2012: When culture and politics meet research questions within reproductive health

2013: Pregnancy & reproductive rights – to what price?

2015: Religion and reproductive health as a research question, with focus on rights and respect

2016: Sexual and reproductive health without borders—Research om women in disaster zones and in migrants in Europe