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Drug Safety Matters brings you the best stories from the world of pharmacovigilance. Through in-depth interviews with our guests, we cover new research and trends, and explore the most pressing issues in medicines safety today. Produced by Uppsala Monitoring Centre, the WHO Collaborating Centre for International Drug Monitoring.
 
Listen to how researchers explore new methods, “Novum Organum”, together with stakeholders who wish to respond to interconnected challenges. With focus on interdisciplinary action, academic research is taken to a transformative level of relevance for decision-makers. All episodes are produced live by researchers with expertise on how to bridge between theory and practice in innovative ways.
 
NORDIC ANIMISM IS A PODCAST and PROJECT HELMED BY RUNE HJARNØ RASMUSSEN. Rune Hjarnø Rasmussen is an historian of religion, Ph.d., educated from the Universities of Uppsala and Copenhagen.Rune has lived in many countries and done fieldwork in a number of contemporary (primarily Afro-descendant) religions, but since childhood he has been strongly interested in Nordic religion. Today Rune is working on applying contemporary developments in anthropology to rethink the way we address Nordic reli ...
 
Welcome to the “Studies and Career Podcast”. The podcast is produced by Jonathan Schalk, Madelene Rönnberg och Sara Rosenquist, Uppsala university, Sweden. The podcast deals with topics regarding studies at Uppsala university and focuses on career paths, international studies and student life in general. Welcome to listen, comment and contact us!
 
From writing your name on a spear, to commemorating your parents with a runestone, to passing secret notes in church, runes were a central writing system in Northern Europe for centuries. On this podcast, runologist Maja Bäckvall and expert guests talk about runes and the people who read and wrote them. Maja Bäckvall holds a PhD in Scandinavian Languages and works as a post doc researcher at Uppsala University
 
A new revamp of the old podcast format sees Emma in Uppsala/Stockholm and Sanjay in Malmö meeting students, immigrants to Sweden and born and raised Swedes to discuss their favourite neighbourhoods in Sweden. What makes a neighbourhood in Sweden? What different types of neighbourhoods are there, and how do they vary depending on where you are in the country? Brought to you by Study In Sweden and the Swedish Institute. Visit studyinsweden.se for information on studies and life in Sweden.
 
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In a free style response to a listener's question Rune ponders aloud on the intersections between History (what happened), Historiography (the narratives formulated from the evidence History leaves behind), and Mythology (the meanings abstracted from History). Perhaps Historiography and Mythology aren't so different, and perhaps how one relates to …
 
Managing antimicrobial resistance (AMR) will require innovative solutions from many different disciplines. Could pharmacovigilance be one of them? Jean Marie Vianney Habarugira and Albert Figueras, who have been investigating how drug safety tools could help track AMR, think it’s time the two communities joined forces for good. Tune in to find out:…
 
Categories AND their transgression are BOTH fundamental parts of Nordic cosmology. (This traditional element of queer doesn't necesserily imply disolving categories, (which would probably be the preferred position of contemporary queer empowerment ideology), only their transgression as fundamental.) Rune explores the many transgressions within Nord…
 
The original Ockelbo Runestone was found in a foundation wall of the church in 1795. It was removed and stored in the church in 1830, but was destroyed together with the church in a fire in 1904. A copy made in 1932 after drawings and stands outside the church. Within it's carvings Yggdrasil was depicted, and the image appears to illustrate animist…
 
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