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Global Health Case Challenge 2017 – Migrating Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health

Dear colleague at the University of Copenhagen,

The University of Copenhagen is proud to invite students to apply for participation in the third edition of the Global Health Case Challenge. This year the case challenge is on Migrating Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health and is provided by United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in collaboration with Danish Research Centre for Migration, Ethnicity and Health (MESU) and the School of Global Health (SGH).

It is held 23 and 24 November as part of the EIT Innovation Days and in participation with SUND Innovation Hub. We invite all university students to apply for participation in the Global Health Case Challenge 2017.

Kindly share this opportunity with your students via student fora, relevant lecturers, other relevant colleagues, social media, et cetera, as you see fit. To make sharing easy we suggest that you share the basic information about the event and optionally make use of the more information.

BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT THE EVENT:

Global Health Case Challenge 2017 – Migrating Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health (Copenhagen, 23-24 Nov)

For more information and SIGN UP go to: globalhealth.ku.dk/ghcc2017

You can also join the Matchmaking Group.

Submit a team application latest 16 October to join the event in Copenhagen, Denmark.

MORE INFORMATION:

The University of Copenhagen and EIT Health proudly presents the Global Health Case Challenge 2017 – Migrating Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health. It takes place in Copenhagen on 23 and 24 November, as part of the EIT Innovation Days. This year’s case is on Migrating Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health and is provided by United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in collaboration with Danish Research Centre for Migration, Ethnicity and Health (MESU) and the School of Global Health (SGH).

We invite all university students to join the case challenge.

All university students are invited to help UNFPA find solutions to this most urgent global health challenge. 18 selected teams will work on their solutions in Copenhagen on 23 and 24 November and one team's solution will be singled out as the case winner. The winning team will travel to London to partake in the EIT Health Summit - all expenses covered by EIT Health.

Registration rules: A team must be minimum four and maximum five students. Students include: Bachelor, Master and PhD levels. Recent graduates cannot apply. Students from any university and any educational programme are eligible to apply. See the main page for more detailed information.

You are welcome to contact the University of Copenhagen’s School of Global Health with any questions or needs for clarification that you might have.

Best regards,

School of Global Health – University of Copenhagen