Research presentation

Gloria Macassa

Research presentation

Gloria Macassa

Professor

Research subject: Folkhälsovetenskap

Licensed Medical Doctor; Professor of Public Health Sciences and Epidemiology, Associate Professor in Public Health Sciences (MIUN); Associate Professor in Social Medicine (KI)   

CURRENT RESEARCH

  • Food Security and Health Equity (FSHp8)- Part of SIDA program 2018-2022. The project aims to study the relationship between food insecurity and chronic diseases; the role of food choice on health outcomes, climate change impact on food security and policy in food security and health partners: Eduardo Mondlane University, Uppsala University, Chalmers, University of Lund, University of Stelenbosch and, Nova University Lisbon); Elsa Maria Salvador, Jose da Cruz Francisco, Anneli Martila, Olalekan Uthman, Stig Vimberg.
  • Recognition and Education in Violence, Abuse and Neglect for Medical and Healthcare Practitioners (REVAMP- EU/Erasmus +) (2019-2021). The project aims to train medical and healthcare practitioners on IPV recognition in eight institutions of seven EU countries.
  • Corporate Social Responsibility, Population Health and Marketing (CSR-PhaM)
  • Responsible Leadership and Stakeholders Health Promotion (RLeSH) (2018-2023). The project aims to investigate the impact of CSR strategies and Responsible Leadership on internal and external stakeholders health promotion. (Partners: University of Mellborne, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, ISPUP, Eduardo M.University).
  • Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Health Promotion (SESHP) (2018-2023). The project examines the role of social enterprises in health promotion in a context of sustainable development. Partners: G. Caledonian University, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences; Agneta Morelli, Anne-Sofie Hiswåls, Akmal Hyder, Olivia Kang, Mahmood Rezhagoli, Niclas Olofsson, Anneli Martila.
  • Climate Change and Contextual Health Inequalities (ClicH) (2018- 2023). This research assesses how climate change and its driving forces influence inequalities of health outcomes in urban and rural contexts. Partners: Lithuanian University of Health Sciences; Eduardo M. University Anneli Martila, Niclas Oloffson.

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