The Faculty’s management would like to award a digitalis purpurea to the Faculty’s researchers and teachers for their skilful and effective handling of our new teaching situation, as well as for conducting research and writing applications to the best of their abilities during completely different conditions to normal.
Corona: Emergency news
The Faculty’s management are awarding all our technical and administrative employees with a digitalis purpurea for their outstanding work during the coronavirus pandemic this spring.
An unusual and challenging semester is coming to an end. Both teaching and exams have been organized successfully, thanks to great flexibility and efforts from both students and staff.
The medical faculty will now gradually reopen for physical presence.
All the excellent work with digitalizing our study programmes has continued after Easter. We are now entering the exam period, and many of our exams cannot be organized in the usual way.
Answer our survey about the transformation to digital teaching. Deadline for responding is 16 April.
This year the preparation for the Easter holidays turned out to be very different from what we could have expected a few weeks ago. Over a very short period of time, the faculty and all its students and staff have been forced to adapt to a new reality. Taken together, it is fair to say that we have managed to cope with all challenges very well.
Information sendt to all nutritionstudents at the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences and at the Institute of Health and Society on the 3 April.
Information sendt to all nutritionstudents at the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences and at the Institute of Health and Society on the 27 March.
After four weeks in a state of emergency, the Faculty is now in the process of returning to a normal level of activity, although we all need to adapt to new ways of working.
The university is entering a new era of fully digitised solutions for teaching and work in general. Here is some practical information that you will hopefully find useful in these unusual times.
The emergency measures have now brought us into a phase of more normal, if somewhat reduced, functioning of the faculty, which mainly takes place via home office and digital platforms.
The university is entering a new era of fully digitised solutions for teaching and work in general. The situation requires adjustment and flexibility in several arenas. That's why we've put together some practical information here.
Yesterday a new set of rules were approved by the Ministry of Education, enabling the Faculty to implement necessary changes in our regulations of exams.
Information sendt to all nutritionstudents at the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences and at the Institute of Health and Society on the 20 March.
The contents of this page has moved. Please follow this link for digital help from the library.
Since the Corona outbreak first reached the Faculty of Medicine at the end of February, the faculty management has been in a constant state of emergency.
The University follows the advice of the health authorities and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Faculty cooperates with UiO's emergency preparedness management team.
Information sendt to all nutritionstudents at the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences and at the Institute of Health and Society on the 14 March.
Information sendt to our exchange students on the 14 March.
In this edition of MED-nytt you can read about the Faculty of Medicine’s follow-up of the Coronavirus, research on personal data, Strategy 2030, the new K. G. Jebsen Centre at the Institute of Clinical Medicine, catch up on webinars about this year's announcements from the Research Council of Norway, courses and important deadlines.
The Faculty's buildings are being reopened. Updated May 15 2020