The Canadian Conference on Global Health is a premier conference in Canada for global health.
A wonderful practice in humility, Stephanie Nixon’s workshop on Allyship challenged us to do just the opposite of what you might expect; she challenged us to unlearn.
As a CSIH staff member from 1990-2001, I worked as Project Director for the Trans Caucasus Health Information Project (TCHIP). My goal was to introduce new health information practices to three countries that were part of the Former Soviet Union: Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan. Government hea
The request from CSIH came in 1997 – could I go to Armenia to review the hospital system and offer advice as to how they should proceed to make improvements?
I was introduced to CSIH in early 2001, when I reluctantly agreed to go to Croatia to advise on developing a population health survey. I was quite uncertain of what state the country would be in given its relatively recently involvement in the Serbian War.