Global Child Health and Sustainable Development Goals team archive
On this page highlights from past events, news articles, media appearances and more that team members of Global Child Health and Sustainable Development Goals have participated in, are archived.
Birger Forsberg on health systems
In podcast episode Vad vi vet- Is Swedish healthcare really as bad as it seems when you read the media? Associate professor Birger Forsberg discusses the Swedish healthcare, factors affecting the quality of care and how well Swedish healthcare compares internationally.
Tobias Alfvén talks about RSV in Morgonstudion
Tobias Alfvén is interviewed about the RS virus on the Swedish brekfast news TV programme (Morgonstudion).
What to do if your child is sick
The spread of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is still high in Sweden. Tobias Alfvén guests SVT news studio to advise parents what to do if your child is sick and when it is time to seek healthcare.
Tobias Alfvén visits podcast Sjuka Fakta to talk about child health (in Swedish)
Each week podcast host Simon Körösi tries to break down myths and beliefs about the body and health with the help of Sweden's leading experts.Tobias Alfvén guests the podcast to discuss child health from infancy to teenagers.
Mattias Schedwin in Globar Bar Magazine DRC: The most neglected children live outside of conflict-affected provinces
Read about Mattias Schedwin's research on child health in the Democratic Republic of Congo in popular science news article in Global Bar Magazine.
We need to address the systems perspective to achieve sustainable global health
Stefan Swartling Peterson, Professor of Global Systems Transformation for Health is interviewed by Kristina Ström Olsson, board member of the Forum for Health Policy. Stefan highlights several issues for achieving sustainable health (in Swedish).
Virus season is here: tips from the pediatrician
For many parents February means staying at home a lot to take care of sick children. Tobias Alfvén, Professor in Global Child Health and pediatrician at Sachs' Children and Youth Hospital in Stockhoilm, guests the Swedish morning news TV programme Morgonstudion to answer questions and give tips.
Birger Forsberg and Hampus Holmer writes for Forum för Health Policy
In this blog post Birger Forsberg and Hampus Holmer reflect on who can make an estimate of what future care will look like and provide informed answers to questions about health development, care needs and care provision. (In Swedish)