Hey everyone! This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in GLOBAL HEALTH!
Intersections in Global Health is a graduate student-run conference that draws on the experience of experts from diverse disciplines in global health. The interactive panel discussions and workshops highlight the interdisciplinary nature and the interconnectedness of this field by viewing central topics from various lenses.
Join us for an enriching learning experience and the opportunity to network with global health experts and students!
All-day coffee, lunch, and snacks provided.
Featured speakers: Mr. Mark Brender, Director, Partners In Health Canada Dr. Olive Wahoush, Assistant Professor, Refugee Health and Policy Dr. Obidimma Ezezika, CEO, African Centre for Innovation & Leadership Danielle N. Soucy, Director and Program Coordinator, Aboriginal Health Mr. Brandon Chen, Health & Migration Lawyer, Assistant Professor, Health and Migration Law Scholar Dr. Ellen Amster, Associate Professor, Hannah, History of Medicine Dr. Rachel Gorman, Assistant Professor, Critical Disability Studies
Who: All students interested in Global Health! When: Saturday March 12th, 2016 – 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Where: University Club, 1280 Main St W, Hamilton, ON L8S 4K1
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