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seminar series

CICH Seminar Series

The aim of the CICH is to facilitate multi-disciplinary research partnerships and educational activities for global child health and to join up existing international child health research activities within the College and beyond.

In March 2017,  we are launching a new bi-monthly seminar series to discuss pertinent issues in global health which can affect children and their families anywhere in the world.

Please register via eventbrite:

Thursday 16 March 2017
Tuberculosis- why are we not winning the fight?
https://tbseminar-mar.eventbrite.co.uk

Friday 19 May 2017
Adolescent Mental Health – Depression in Acton and Africa
https://adolescent-seminar.eventbrite.co.uk

Thursday 13 July 2017
Microbiome – Does it really matter for our health?
https://microbiome-seminar.eventbrite.co.uk

Friday 15 September 2017
Malaria – Can we ever get rid of it?
https://malaria-seminar.eventbrite.co.uk

Thursday 09 November 2017
Vaccines: why do we no longer want to accept them in some countries?
https://vaccines-seminar.eventbrite.co.uk


mcgill

McGill Summer Institute June 12 - 23 2017

McGill Summer Institute in Infectious Diseases and Global Health

June 12-23, 2017

McGill University | Montreal, Quebec, Canada

2017 Summer Institute Courses will be...

  • TB Research Methods
  • Global Health Diagnostics
  • Bioinformatics for Neglected Parasitic Diseases
  • Advanced TB Diagnostics
  • Introduction to Genomic Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases
  • Qualitative Methods in Global Infectious Diseases Research

Now accepting applications

To apply early as evaluation for acceptance is rolling. The deadline for those needing a VISA for Canada is Feb 28th and registration closes on April 24th.

Course and conferences

global health network

Children and clinical research

This is a new free, online training course tackling the issue of: how can we ethically undertake the research involving children and young people that is needed to ensure their healthcare services are safe and effective, given that research often involves burdens and risks? Moreover, what role should children, young people and parents themselves play in influencing how research studies are carried out, and how can their voices help influence the wider research agenda?

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sickkids

Public health Nutrition course

Free online course: learn.sickkidsglobal.ca

The SickKids Public Health Nutrition Course (SPHNC) is an innovative online course designed primarily for health professionals, but also students and individuals seeking to learn more about nutrition in a globalized world. By leveraging SickKids’ expertise and international networks, the open access course exposes participants to contemporary issues in public health nutrition with an emphasis on maternal and child nutrition. The SPHNC encompasses an interactive, broad-based curriculum that equips participants with the knowledge and skills to address nutrition-related health challenges, adding a more dynamic layer to existing education content and mediums currently available in public health nutrition.