Sept. 16, 201 @ 7-9pm. Ondaatje Hall, McCain Bldg, Dalhousie University. A speaker series to recognize the Decade for People of African Descent and to create awareness about the Decade for all Nova Scotians. Organized by African Nova Scotian Affairs and the Glace Bay United Negro Improvement Association.
Winter Term 2017. Location: TBD. You are invited to join us on Sept. 28 as we highlight research initiatives and education programs in Global Health at Dalhousie. This event provides students, faculty and the community an opportunity to discuss their global health experiences. Location details and call for poster abstracts coming soon.
Nomination Deadline: Nov 4, 2016. This award celebrates accomplishments reflecting the principles of social accountability as defined in the Global Consensus for Social Accountability of Medical Schools (www.healthsocialaccountability.org).
Oct. 16 & 17, 2016. Charlottetown PEI. The theme for the event is Health Promotion ~ At the Very Heart of Sustainability, and it will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Ottawa Charter and highlight the contributions of civil society and health promotion initiatives to sustainable development.
Nov. 14-18, 2016. Vancouver, BC. The Global Symposium on Health Systems Research is hosted every two years by HSG to bring together its members with the full range of players involved in health systems and policy research. There is currently no other international gathering that serves the needs of this community. Previous events have been held in Cape Town (2014), Beijing (2012) and Montreux (2010).
Oct. 17-20. 2016. Quito, Ecuador. Member States of the General Assembly, in Resolution 67/216 , decided that the objectives of the Conference are to secure renewed political commitment for sustainable urban development, assess accomplishments to date, address poverty and identify and address new and emerging challenges. The conference will result in a concise, focused, forward-looking and action-oriented outcome document.
Tues. Sept. 20, 2016 @ 3-5pm. Tupper Theatre C. The Dr. Kathryn J. Hannah Lecture Series in presented in support of a new national nursing informatics scholarship inspired by Dr. Hannah and established in partnership between the Canadian Nursing Informatics community and the Canadian Nurses Foundation.
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