EUniWell Summer School on the impact of covid on health and well-being
Bachelor's and master's students and PhD candidates came together from 10 to 13 July at Campus The Hague for the EUniWell Summer School ‘COVID-19: Impact on European health & well-being’. The participants attended lectures and workshops on the impact of the pandemic on public health. They also discussed health and healthcare after the pandemic.
View the after movie here with reactions of students and lecturers from all parts of Europe who took part:
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Research & EUniWell
There are four different research areas within EUniWell. The EUniWell ‘Health and Well-Being Arena’ develops interdisciplinary education for a new generation of professionals to meet the healthcare needs of a diverse and ageing society. This Arena concentrates on combining and strengthening the research expertise of the different universities. Want to know more about the work of EUniWell? View the ‘Research & Outreach’ section on the website.
Leiden University has been part of EUniWell, the European University for Well-Being since 2020. EUniWell is a collaboration of eight universities that focuses on promoting health and well-being, the living environment and the climate. Other participants in addition to Leiden are the universities of Birmingham, Cologne, Florence, Linnaeus, Murcia, Nantes and Semmelweis.