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Anja Johansen

Anja Johansen works as a Communcations consultant at the Medicine and Health Library.

Global health research – when PubMed is not enough

By on 15. February 2019 in Global health with 0 Comments
Global health research – when PubMed is not enough

Global health research is research on health problems particularly affecting people in developing countries. The interdisciplinary subject of global health is not the main focus of traditional databases such as Pubmed/MEDLINE. In this post we provide a short introduction to other databases and resources that can enrich research on global health issues. Global Health Day In collaboration with […]

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Øya: Skrivepress – structured time for writing

By on 4. February 2019 in Academic writing, UBedu with 4 Comments
Øya: Skrivepress – structured time for writing

“Skrivepress” is structured time for writing, based on the concept Shut Up & Write. Bring your article, thesis, book draft, or whatever you are working on.

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Øya: Writers Evening – with lecture by Menno Witter

Øya: Writers Evening – with lecture by Menno Witter

Do you find it hard to find relevant literature or get started on your writing? Are you facing the deadline for your thesis and need some advice on structure or citation? Join us for an evening of writing and support at the Medicine and Health Library! 

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A ‘new’ PhD on Track

A ‘new’ PhD on Track

PhD on Track is a web resource aimed primarily at PhD candidates and early career researchers. The ambition is to provide an accessible point of departure for beginning researchers related to searching and reviewing scholarly literature, academic writing, and sharing and publishing reports and data. In this blog post we present some of the recent […]

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Øya: Opening hours Christmas and New Year

By on 26. November 2018 in Medicine and Health Library with 0 Comments
Øya: Opening hours Christmas and New Year

December and Christmas holidays is approaching. Perhaps you wonder when the library is open?

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