Hannah von Reding
I work as a project coordinator at the Centre for Research on Healthcare in Disasters.
- I work as a coordinator for the Erasmus Mundus Master’s programme in Public Health in Disasters. In my role as programme coordinator, I am in charge of planning and coordinating the course content, as well as overseeing student experience. Alongside the Erasmus Mundus programme, I coordinate the freestanding course Public Health Response in Disasters (20 credits), which is given once a year. I also coordinate the professional education Health assistance in humanitarian crisis which is a collaboration between MSF Sweden and KI. The course is attended by doctors and nurses ahead of a mission with MSF and aims to provide competencies, strategies, and tools to work as humanitarian health assistance staff.
- I am also part of managing the Centre’s role as advisory body to the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen). Within this mission, I am part of writing external monitoring reports and research overviews on the topic of global disaster medicine.
Before coming to KI, I have worked with matters related to global development at non-governmental organisations.
I am happy to answer questions about our courses at the Centre for Research on Healthcare in Disasters and our work as an advisory body to the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare.
- MSc in Global Health - Specialization: Policy, Financing and Health Care Systems, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
- BSc in Development Studies, Lund University, Sweden