Meditsiiniantropoloogia loengusari 14.–18. märtsil

Tartu Nefa Rühm ja Eesti Arstiteadusüliõpilaste Selts kutsub osalema loengusarjal “Medical Anthropology and Medicine”, mida peab Austria meditsiiniantropoloog Margret Jäger (Medical School of Caicó, UFRN, Rio Grande do Norte, Brasiilia). Kõige muu põneva hulgas tutvustab Margret Jäger, kuidas arstid ning etnoloogid, folkloristid ja antropoloogid saavad arendada omavahelist koostööd.
Loengud-seminarid toimuvad 14.-18. märtsi õhtuti kl 18.15, Ülikooli 16-109.

Kava (loengute täpsem kirjeldus allpool):
14.03.2016 „Human rights and ethics“
15.03. 2016 „What is medical anthropology and what do we do?“
16.03.2016 „Health campaigns – what’s their real goal?“
17.03.2016 „Gender aspects of health tourism“
18.03.2016 „Exercising the medical profession in a globalized world – reflections on a culture sensible health system“

Osalemiseks registreeri end siin: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1xiL8vXiklij6kjTjY9kBoBTV_YVrGtny6O3E51HUSro/viewform
Küsimuste korral lisa info: katre.koppel@ut.ee
Üritust toetab Eesti Kultuurkapital ja TÜ kultuuriteaduse ja kunstide instituut.

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Tartu Nefa Group and Estonian Medical Students’ Association invite you to join lectures given by medical anthropologist Margret Jäger (Medical School of Caicó, UFRN, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil). Margret Jäger will give five lectures March 14–18 2016.
Time: From Monday to Friday at 18.15; place: Ülikooli 16-109.

Lectures (abstracts below):
14.03.2016 „Human rights and ethics“
15.03. 2016 „What is medical anthropology and what do we do?“
16.03.2016 „Health campaigns – what’s their real goal?“
17.03.2016 „Gender aspects of health tourism“
18.03.2016 „Exercising the medical profession in a globalized world – reflections on a culture sensible health system“

To attend the lectures please register here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1xiL8vXiklij6kjTjY9kBoBTV_YVrGtny6O3E51HUSro/viewform
For more information please contact katre.koppel@ut.ee
The event is supported by Cultural Endowment of Estonia and University of Tartu Institute of Cultural Research and Arts.

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