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Global Health Office

Bi-weekly Bulletin
Inside Global Health
August 4, 2020
Volume 12, Issue 16
PLANS continues to support African Nova Scotian students aspiring to a career in health
African Nova Scotian students studying Health Professions are still encouraged to connect with PLANS to discuss programs, support with applying, opportunities, or assistance connecting with professionals or services. You can email: to set up a call or video chat.
New Resource: Indigenous Health Primer
Our website has a new Indigenous health resource. Created by the Royal College and designed to provide key approaches, ideas and background knowledge for health care providers, learners and educators in caring for Indigenous Peoples.  
Spark: A Discussion Group on Equity in Medicine Presents Dr. Sarita Verma
Sept 15 @ 1-2 pm on Microsoft Teams. Dr. Verma is the Dean, President and CEO of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. This presentation and discussion will be on Diversity in Leadership. To join, please contact: Valerie Wilson,
Decolonization Learning Journey: four-part series
The Community Sector Council of Nova Scotia presents this free online education series. The series will be spread out from June to December of 2020 and will be launched in 4 series of learning, with each series consisting of 4 sessions.
Global Health Blog Highlight
Expanding pharmacy through a diversity lens: This winter semester started off with the opportunity for me to attend the Professional Development Week (PDW) Conference in Montreal. I loved the experience I gained from PDW 2020.
Read more....

Other Global Health Events

26th Canadian Conference on Global Health: Global Health in a Changing Climate (virtual)
Oct 19-22, 2020.

12th Annual CUGH Conference: Addressing Critical Gaps in Global Health and Development March 11-14, 2021

ICGHC 2021: International Conference on Global Health Challenges May 24-25, 2021. London UK.
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