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Global Health Program Prioritizes Arctic and Aboriginal Issues with New Course Electives

The MSc Global Health program is offering seven new courses this year, including a course focusing on the Arctic and another centred on Aboriginal health. These electives will be available to global health students in the winter term. The Arctic Studies elective builds on the program’s partnership with the University College of Southeast Norway (USN) […]

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NEW VIDEO: Dutch Royalty Visit Campus

Her Royal Highness Princess Margriet of the Netherlands and her husband Professor Pieter van Vollenhoven visited McMaster in May. As honorary chair of the MSc Global Health program’s international advisory board, Princess Margriet met with some of the program’s students before opening a symposium about antimicrobial resistance – an issue that has been identified by the World […]

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Global Health Office Explores Further Partnerships with Japan

Yesterday, the Global Health Office welcomed two faculty members from the School of Nursing at Kitasato University, Japan. Drs. Mika Tanaka and Noriko Nagao visited campus to explore a potential partnership regarding student mobility opportunities with McMaster. Specifically, Kitasato is interested in sending undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty, for a 2 or […]

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Global Health Student is Kenya Bound, Awarded Aga Khan Foundation Canada Fellowship

Having recently been selected to receive the Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC)’s 2017-2018 International Youth Fellowship (International Development Management Stream), Gautham Krishnaraj is on track for a successful career in global health. The soon-to be-graduate of the MSc Global Health program just defended his Master’s thesis on palliative care in humanitarian contexts, under the supervision […]

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