Datum: 1 juni
Every year nine million people are diagnosed with tuberculosis, every day over 13,400 people are infected with AIDS, and every thirty seconds malaria kills a child. For most of the world, critical medications that treat these deadly diseases are scarce,costly, and growing obsolete, as access to first-line drugs remains out of reach and resistance rates rise. Rather than focusing research and development on creating affordable medicines for these deadly global diseases, pharmaceutical companies instead invest in commercially lucrative products for more affluent customers.
In this workshop, we will discuss topics from Nicole Hassoun’s new book on Global Health Impact.
Hear Nicole and some of the leading researchers in the field discuss global health justice and how to increase the global health impact.
The workshop will be held online. Register here to get a link. The registration is open until May 31st.
14.30-14.45:Introduction (Anders Herlitz, IFFS & Nicole Hassoun, Binghamton University)
14.45-15.15:Andreas Albertsen (Aarhus University) on consumption and social change
15.15-15.45:Jonathan Wolff (Oxford University) on the human right to health
15.45-16.15:Nicole Hassoun responds + Q&A
16.30-17.00:Yukiko Asada (Dalhousie University) on metrics for global health burden
17.00-17.30:Tim Campbell (IFFS) on caring about both DALYs and the minimally good life
17.30-18.00:Nicole Hassoun responds + Q&A