Deadlines: various dates in 2015. The Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development website has various open calls for proposals that may be of interest. For each specific call pertaining to international development initiatives, there will be a specific application form posted to help applicants respond to the specific requirements of that call. For example, some calls will only be open to Canadian organizations. Some calls may specify that DFATD will only consider initiatives in a particular country or a particular sector.
Survey Closing: Friday July 17 @ 5pm. Have your say! We are planning for next year and would like your opinion on priorities for 2015-2016. We have created a survey that will take about 5 minutes to complete and the information will only be used to guide our planning process. We value your input and will use it to guide the global health environment at Dalhousie University. If you have questions, contact email@example.com.
Deadline for applications: July 22, 2015 @ 5PM. Possible Locations: Canada, Bhutan, Bolivia, Ghana, Gambia, Haiti, Jamaica, Kenya, South Africa and Uganda. Since 2002, the Atlantic Council for International Cooperation (ACIC) has offered 65 internships in 16 countries through the International Youth Internships Program (DFATD). These internships provide youth (age 19-30) with international development experience, skills, and knowledge to help better prepare them for future employment, while advancing Canadian development objectives.
Abstract deadline: July 20, 2015. Event Dates: Nov 4, 2015. Location: Montreal, Quebec. Attendees: All Network Partners. At the a nnual CAN -‐ MNCH symposium, the Canadian MNCH community will gather under the banner of Roadmap to Results: Charting the Path to the Hardest to Reach. The event will focus on tracking our impact by measuring results, identifying lessons with input from our Partners from the Global South, and applying these lessons as we reinforce our objectives and move into the new frontier of the
June 3-4, 2016. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. The Bethune Round Table (BRT) is an annual interdisciplinary scientific meeting hosted at a Canadian academic centre to discuss challenges and solutions to improving surgical care to underserviced and marginalized populations in low- and middle-income countries. The objective of the BRT is to bring together health professionals from a variety of disciplines including surgeons, anesthesiologists, obstetricians, and nurses to share their research and experiences in the delivery of surgery in low-resource settings.
Oct 22-24, 2015. Vancouver Canada. Residency Rediscovered: Transforming Training for Modern Care. The International Conference on Residency Education is a global forum for those involved in residency education to share ideas, challenges, innovations, and advance training.
Nov 20 & 21, 2015. Chicago, Illinois. The central goal of this two-day symposium is to catalyze the exchange and cross pollination of ideas and research on the interdisciplinary factors, impediments, and solutions to the advancement of global health. We believe that where multiple perspectives come together around some of the world’s largest problems, we will find the greatest potential for impactful global health solutions.
June 11 & 12, 2015. Halifax - Theatre A, Sir Charles Tupper Link Building. Fredericton - DMNB Room 220. Miramichi - DMNB Room 3111. Moncton - DMNB Room 1711. Saint John - DMNB Theatre 102. Upper River Valley - Room 14-020A. The Annual Symposium on Medical/Health Professions Education and Interprofessional Learning is a two half-days conference that presents new research that affects all areas of medical, interprofessional and health professions education. As an attendee, you’ll join other professionals with a common interest in medical and health professions education.
Save The Date! May 13-15, 2016. Toronto, Ontario Peace, Global Health and Sustainability A conference to promote peace through health, a healthy sustainable environment and turning marginalized communities around the world and in Canada into healthy ones.
Friday, June 19, 2015 @ 9am - 5 pm. Gender and Health Promotion Studies Unit,6230 South Street, Halifax, NS The goal of this one-day workshop is to determine models of providing HIV Point-of-Care-Testing (POCT) in rural and non-urban communities throughout Atlantic Canada. The workshop is open to community partners, service providers, policy makers, people living with HIV and affected by HIV and health researchers.
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