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Harriet Wallberg is regularly lecturing about diabetes type 2, physical activity, lifestyle, and health as well as about fundraising and philanthropy.

For non-for-profit organizations the lectures are given at cost price and for-profit making organization the cost will be negotiated.

To make a reservation for a specific lecture by Harriet Wallberg: please send an e-mail to harriet.wallberg@telia.com.

Lectures and Presentations

Content of Lectures

Diabetes Type 2
 

Target groups: Scientists, health care professionals, patient organizations and relatives to individuals with type 2-diabetes.

Content: The lecture can be tailored based on the target group and their wishes. Examples of themes; what happens in the body when you are diagnosed with type 2-diabetes, what are the risk factors for type 2-diabetes, how can the disease be prevented, what are the treatment options, effects of lifestyle and what can you do to live a good life with diabetes type 2.

Physical Activity

Target groups: Scientists, health care professionals, physiotherapists, organizations with a health promoting interest and patient organizations.

 

Content: The lecture can be tailored based on the target group and their wishes. Examples of themes; what happens in the body when you exercise, differences in effect between different exercise forms, positive effects of regular training, how to train with different disease diagnosis and how to adapt training for elderly.

The Effect of Lifestyle on Health

Target groups: Scientists, health care professionals, physiotherapists, organizations with a health promoting interest and patient organizations.

 

Content: The lecture can be tailored based on the target group and their wishes. Examples of themes; the importance of diet for health, the effects of physical activity, the deleterious effects of poor sleep, chronic stress, alcohol, smoking and air pollutions on health as well as how to live a healthier life.

Fundraising

Target groups: Universities and university colleges, health care organizations, non-for-profit organizations, and charities.

 

Content: The lecture describes the fundraising campaign that, under Harriet Wallberg's leadership, was carried out and brought in 1 billion Swedish krona for Karolinska Institutet between 2005–2010. It focuses on how a fundraising campaign should be organized to be successful and the necessary components that must be in place.

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