Free summer school places for students, researchers, and health professionals

A new summer school will focus on the impact of Covid-19 on European health and well-being.

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Students, researchers and health professionals have the opportunity to take part in a summer school focusing on the impact of Covid-19 on European health and well-being. 

Participants will learn about the impact of the pandemic on population health. They will contribute to the debate about post-pandemic health and healthcare provision alongside international professors, students, and health and social care professionals from across Europe.

Who can apply?

This four-day interdisciplinary course at Leiden University, in The Netherlands, is open to applicants from participating EUniWell universities with a background in medicine, biomedical science, health science, psychology, sociology, anthropology, data science, or similar.

The course will take place from 10 to 13 July 2022  in the Hague. Fully funded places are now available for students, early-career researchers, and health professionals from participating EUniWell universities Grants will be provided to cover attendance, travel and accommodation.

Deadline for applications: 6 May 2022