In this Podcast one student and one member of the Committee for Global Health have a dialogue with one or two experts in global health, discussing their research/work, what they think are the most pressing interventions needed to achieve the sustainable development goals, and how we can all contribute to equitable health and sustainable development.
The target audience is doctors, students, professionals and anyone interested in global health and sustainable development.
It is our hope that the Podcast will stir the discussion among students, youth, junior and senior professionals alike and, ultimately, push the engagement for global health!
The first episode consists of two parts
First part of Episode 1
Interview with Sir Michael Marmot, Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health at University College London about the current state of Global Health, with special focus on Health Equity.
In the second part of Episode 1
Interview with Sir Michael Marmot and Rt Hon Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand and Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme, about collaboration between public Health experts and politicians, evidence driven policy, gender equality and the way forward for global health.
In this Episode of the Swedish Global Health Podcast, we interview Dr Angelina Kakooza, child neurologist and co-founder of the East African Academy of Childhood Disability. We will discuss her work, research on developmental delays and disabilities, particularly the prevalence of and support for Children with cerebral palsy in Uganda. Dr Kakooza also gives us some inside tips on successful South-North collaborations!