Featured Events


Featured Events

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Grand Rounds: What every health researcher needs to know about health equity: Privilege, Oppression and Allyship

November 29, 2017

November 29 - Privilege, Oppression and Allyship: An Introduction for Health Researchers This session uses humour and day-to-day examples to introduce the ideas of privilege and oppression and why they matter for everyone and especially people concerned about health.




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Workshop: What every health researcher needs to know about health equity: Privilege, Oppression and Allyship

November 29, 2017

November 29 - Why Privilege, Oppression and Allyship Matter for Health Equity: An Interactive Workshop WORKSHOP SPACE IS LIMITED Registration deadline: November 24, 2017 Cost: $50.00




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Partnerships for Health and Well-being: Engaging Community Members in Inquiry

December 13, 2017

Lunchtime Learning Series in Patient/Public Engagement in Health Research: Strategies and methods for community-based research differ from those used in conventional research.




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Dr. Dylan MacKay presents: Food, Finding the Real Facts

November 19, 2017

CHI Clinical Trialist, Dr. Dylan MacKay is the MAHE-AGM keynote speaker.




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Antibiotic Awareness Week - Choosing Wisely Canada

November 13, 2017

November 13 - 17 - Every year, over 25 million antibiotic prescriptions are written for human consumption in Canada, 30-50% of which are estimated to be unnecessary.




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PLI: Leadership Strategies for Sustainable Physician Engagement - January 2018

January 11, 2018

January 11 - Physician engagement is vital to the success of Canadian health reform. This program provides physicians with the knowledge, skills and abilities – and the opportunity – to use those attributes to construct an action plan. Participants can become active leaders, bringing about effective physician engagement wherever they work - whether as clinicians in primary or hospital care or a...