CSIH in the Media

CSIH in the Media

CSIH and its partners raise awareness about global health issues and events with the Canadian - and sometimes international - public and policy makers through print and broadcast media, and through new technologies and social media. Below you will find some of our coverage in more traditional media. You can also follow CSIH on Facebook and on Twitter.

Screening baby boomers for hepatitis C will save lives

July 25, 2017

Thousands of Canadians are going about their business, oblivious to the fact they have been carrying a life-threatening disease for 10, 20, 30 years. Screening would permit early detection, effective treatment, and help prevent the spread of hepatitis C.

Seven Global Health Issues to Watch in 2017


January 23, 2017

In 2017 new developments, new leaders and new threats promise to tug the reins of global health organizations and send us off in unexpected directions. Here is a list of the seven global health issues to watch over the course of the year.

Making health systems resilient is a top priority

Relief Web

November 17, 2016

Investing in health systems resilience is “considerably more cost-effective” than financing emergency response and is likely to better protect people’s health and well-being in both emergencies and normal times, said Dr.

Global health systems researchers meet in Vancouver

Vancouver Sun

November 15, 2016

More than 2,000 global health experts are in Vancouver this week sharing research and ideas about how to improve access to care, especially to disadvantaged populations and in low income countries with fragile, disorganized health systems.

Experts call for more resilient health systems to manage future health crises

Canada newswire

November 13, 2016

At the 4th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, hundreds of experts will come together to seek innovative solutions to the biggest issues in global health.

Canada takes a stand against viral hepatitis

Canada Newswire

June 16, 2016

The Honourable Jane Philpott speaks at a Parliamentary Breakfast in Ottawa to launch the World Hepatitis Day 2016 campaign in Canada.