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Global Health Office

Bi-weekly Bulletin
Inside Global Health
November 23, 2020
Volume 12, Issue 24
SPARK: A Discussion Group on Equity in Medicine Presents - Aging in the Workplace 
Dec 8 @ 1-2PM, Microsoft Teams virtual meeting. This session will begin with a brief presentation reviewing the impact of aging in the workplace followed by a facilitated discussion by Shawna O’Hearn. This event is open to all faculty and staff across the Faculty of Medicine. To join please contact Valerie Wilson.
Johnson Pathways Scholarship
Scholarships for Indigenous and African Nova Scotian students who are accepted in the study of Health, Dentistry and Medicine.
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: sarah.upshaw@dal.ca to set up a call or video chat.
Global Health Blog Highlight
Medical Mentorship Part 1 - Ottawa Supports Indigenous Student Success: Kelsey Shea is from Halifax and she completed a BSc (2013) and MSc in Kinesiology (2018) from Dalhousie University.  In 2017, she moved to Ottawa to start medical school. As a Métis medical student, she is interested in Indigenous health as well as finding ways to increase Indigenous representation in the medical field. 
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Other Global Health Events

Nov 25 or Dec 1, 2020 - Living Lab Virtual Grant Writing Drop-Ins
Dec 7, 2020 - CH&E Seminar Series: 
Vaccine safety monitoring and the COVID-19 response 
Dec 14, 2020 - Call for Abstracts, Beyond Science Initiative (UofT) 6th Annual Remote Conference
March 11-12, 2021 - 12th Annual CUGH Conference: Addressing Critical Gaps in Global Health and Development
May 24-25, 2021 - ICGHC 2021: International Conference on Global Health Challenges
April 27-29, 2021 - Public Health 2021
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