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Global Health researchers examine the opportunities and challenges of eHealth in low resource countries

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eHealth is the cost-effective and secure use of information communication technology in support of health and health-related fields, including health-care services, health surveillance, health literature, and health education, knowledge and research [1] Digital health solutions such as eHealth can accelerate how people worldwide achieve higher standards of health, and access services that promote and protect […]

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Global health PhD student selected for an intensive leadership development program

Three graduate Wilson Leaders have been selected and will join their undergraduate colleagues for an intensive leadership development program, starting in September. The program will start virtually and, if safety allows, become a hybrid program. The pandemic did not slow down applications. This year saw over 100 graduate applicants, including several prospective graduate students from outside McMaster. […]

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Developing an evidence-based collection related to earthquakes facilitates internationalization and knowledge translation skills

Each year, MSc Global Health graduate students complete a 10-week work-integrated learning practicum during the Summer term to put into practice the knowledge and skills they have gained throughout the duration of their studies.  Students work with organizations to gain hands-on experience with the theory, concepts, and methods taught in the program with activities targeted […]

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