Michelle Amri and Rupi Chera

Michelle Amri, Rupi Chera

November 12, 2019

This year’s Canadian Conference on Global Health (CCGH) was focused on “Governance for Global Health: Power, Politics, and Justice,” yielding an opportunity to host critical and crucial discussions around global health.

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Muriel Mac-Seing et Rolande Chegno, doctorantes en santé publique (option en santé mondiale), École de santé publique de l’Université de Montréal (ÉSPUM)

November 6, 2019

Comment ne pas devenir pessimistes, voire ne plus s’intéresser à autrui, lorsque les problèmes nationaux semblent pulluler et désolidariser les populations à travers différentes régions de la planète?

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Nisrine El Amiri, MPH, Quality Analyst, Projects, Quality Improvement and Evaluation, Child & Youth and Reproductive Mental Health Programs, BC Children’s Hospital 

February 20, 2019

At the CSIH 24th Canadian Conference on Global Health in Toronto, I had the great pleasure of attending workshops and lectures by researchers and participants from across the world. I was captivated by the passion everyone brought to their projects and their commitment to their work.

Sameera Hussain

January 10, 2019

It’s almost that time again in Canada – the federal government is gearing up toward October, when the next election will be held.

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Adriana Appau, MA, PhD Candidate - Rehabilitation Science, McGill University 

December 20, 2018

I thought I understood the six principles – designed by the Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research – to guide global health researchers in conducting activities that are ethic