Peer2Peer are online sessions designed to raise awareness about Global Health issues and encourage students and early career professionals to build up their skills for positive change. Sessions are divided into two main streams: 

Webinars: Main focus is on a  Global Health topic from the diverse perspectives of experts and peers from academia and fieldwork. The format consists of brief presentations with multiple opportunities for interaction between the panelists and the audience. Presentations are followed-up with a panel discussion and/or Q&A section.

Workshops: Main focus is on acquiring and applying tools and skills for working in Global Health. The workshop lead(s) will often provide a brief introduction to the relevant skills or tools, together with some practical advice on how they can be implemented in real situations. Workshops include interactive exercises to put skills  into practice during the session

Public Speaking workshop for students and early career professionals in Global Health

Date: November 5, 2020
Time: 18:00 – 19:30, CET

Topics: delivering a speech / engaging with the audience / effective language / use of notes / managing anxiety

Workshop lead: Kim Nordmann, Master of Global Health, BSc. Industrial Engineering, current medical student.