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Global Health Office

Bi-weekly Bulletin
Inside Global Health
April 29, 2019
Volume 11, Issue 9
2019 Celebration of Global Health
April 30, 2019 @ 12 PM.  Please plan to join us as we present our global health awards and recognize our photo contest winners. This is our annual celebration of the talent and dedication in the Dalhousie Global Health community.
The Service Learning Program: Year End Celebrations
May 1 & 2, 2019.  The year-end celebrations are open to anyone and are a chance to showcase these community-engaged experiences and hear from the participants firsthand about their projects. Please join us!
Show Up and Write Thursdays (SUWT) Thursday mornings. Next session May 2, 2019.  Dal Global Health offers a "show up and write thursdays" (SUWT) space to write with peers, discuss the challenges and successes of writing about your research, and learn new writing tips.
PLANS Summer Programs: African Nova Scotian youth exploring careers in health
Applications Due: May 3, 2019.  African Nova Scotian students interested in a career in health are invited to apply for our summer programs.  This opportunity is open to students from across the province as camps take place during the month of July throughout Nova Scotia.
Indigenous Health Summer Programs: Indigenous youth exploring careers in health
Applications Due: May 3, 2019.  Indigenous students from across Nova Scotia who are interested in a career in health are invited to apply for our summer programs.  Camps will take place during the month of July across Nova Scotia.
Community of Practice: Global Health monthly meetings. Next session May 22, 2019. 12-1PM.  Dal Global Health is establishing a Community of Practice for Global Health, designed to work with faculty, students and staff towards the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development with a focus on improving health outcomes globally.
Global Health Blog Highlight
Simulated Patience Educators Experience with the Indigenous Health Program:  Jacquie Thillaye and Emily Armstrong are Simulated Patient Educators in the Centre for Collaborative Clinical Learning and Research (C3LR), providing programming support for the faculties of medicine, dentistry and health. They have been heavily involved the Indigenous Health Program through various programs and the health sciences youth summer more.

Other Global Health Events

Application Deadline: July 2019. Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto.
July 14 - 17, 2019. Vancouver, Canada.
11th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health 2019
Sept. 16-20, 2019. Liverpool, UK.
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