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CANCELLED: CeFH lunch seminar: Is fertility different in muslim women? If so, why?

New date will be announced

New date will be announced

13. Mar | 2020

Marcus Thranes gate 2, meeting room 201, 2nd floor
Speaker: Bushra Ishaq, Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society
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Host: Siri Håberg


Bushra Ishaq is PhD student at the Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society working on the project "Bioethical convictions, political belonging and religious practices – a study among Muslim women in Norway". By training she is educated as an MD, but she have also worked extensively with interreligious dialogue - both institutionally and in the civil society for past ten years. In her research project she aim to study if there is an association between islamic practice and identity, and health determinants. In addition, she is studying the issue of induced abortion among Muslim women in Norway. She also have a particular interest in Medical ethics, Islamic bioethics and human dignity.


The Centre for Fertility and Health is a Centre of Excellence (SFF) at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.