"International Nutrition" as part of a BSc- and MSc-programme of Nutritional Sciences

KRAWINKEL, Michael
(In: Polak, G. [Hg.]: medicine & health 2007, Going International, Wien 2006, S. 80)

Justus Liebig University is a state university situated in the small town of Giessen about 65 km north of Frankfurt/Main, in Germany. It is the only academic institution in Germany with a chair for 'Human Nutrition with focus on International Nutrition'....

Erscheinungsjahr: 2006

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44 Jahre Deutscher Entwicklungsdienst (DED)

LUDWIG, Sabine
(In: Polak, G. [Hg.]: medicine & health 2008, Going International, Wien 2007, S. 52 - 53)

Am 24. Juni 1963 wurde der Deutsche Entwicklungsdienst (DED) in Anwesenheit von Präsident John F. Kennedy, Bundespräsident Heinrich Lübke und Bundeskanzler Konrad Adenauer gegründet. Walter Scheel, Minister für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit, sagte in seiner Gründungsansprache:...

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44 years of "Deutscher Entwicklungsdienst (DED)"

LUDWIG, Sabine
(In: Polak, G. [Hg.]: medicine & health 2008, Going International, Wien 2007, S. 52 - 53)

Experts for development at the grass-roots level Since the foundation of the German Development Service (DED) in 1963, it has deployed around 15,000 development workers world-wide...

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7. Internationale Sommerschule "Infektionsepidemiologie"

KRäMER, Alexander
(In: Polak, G. [Hg.]: medicine & health 2005, Going International, Wien 2004, S. 160)

Seit 1999 basiert die Internationale Sommer Schule “Infectious Disease Epidemiology” auf einem gut bewährten, von der Ärztekammer zertifizierten Lehrprogramm, das eine höhere Qualifikation in Infektionsepidemiologie zum Ziel hat...

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A Billion Voices: Listening and Responding to Vulnerable Populations in Urban Settings

MERCADO, Susan P.
(In: Polak, G. [Hg.]: medicine & health 2006, Going International, Wien 2005, S. 157 - 159)

Close to half of the world’s population lives in urban areas. One out of three people who live in cities live in slums. As urbanisation accelerates, it is estimated that two billion people will be living in slums 30 years from now.

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A unique learning experience for health professionals – the tropEd Masters programme in International Health

HOFFMANN, Axel
(In: Polak, G. [Hg.]: medicine & health 2012, Going International, Wien 2011, S. 53)

The need for experts in international and global health is increasing: a large number of Ministries of Health, trans-national organisations and national development agencies strive to overcome obstacles to advance health and well-being nationally and globally. Additionally, highly...

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Access to medicines: Why high prices of new medicines are detrimental for poor people and public health in developing countries

KAMAL-YANNI, Mohga
(In: Polak, G. [Hg.]: medicine & health 2008, Going International, Wien 2007, S. 34 - 36)

Ill health reinforces poverty in developing countries. Women have the least access to health services when they are ill, whilst also providing care for sick members of the family. Most poor people lack insurance, paying for treatments out of the family budget.

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Accreditation of Educational Programmes in the European Region

KUIPER, Tom
(In: Polak, G. [Hg.]: medicine & health 2007, Going International, Wien 2006, S. 175)

In 1999 Ministers responsible for Higher Education in European countries signed the Bologna Declaration. They agreed on joint objectives for the development of a coherent and cohesive European Higher Education Area (EHEA) by the year 2010...

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Accredited Continuing Education for Health Professionals

SCHäFER, Robert
(In: Polak, G. [Hg.]: medicine & health 2007, Going International, Wien 2006, S. 68 - 70)

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Advanced Workshop Series Addresses Invisible Wounds of War

WIEDERHOLD, Brenda K.
(In: Polak, G. [Hg.]: medicine & health 2012, Going International, Wien 2011, S. 101)

Since 2001, 1.69 million soldiers have been deployed more than 2.2 million times in the Global War on Terrorism. About 20% of these soldiers return with psychological damage, most commonly post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression ...

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