Breaking Down Barriers to Harmonization in Global Health Research

Breaking Down Barriers to Harmonization in Global Health Research by Dave Heidebrecht, CCGHR Research Officer We work in a world of silos, or so the saying goes.  The world of academic research is notoriously siloed, disconnected, and often incredibly fragmented. As many of us know, this fragmentation exists on most university campuses, where colleagues located […]

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The Mentorship Cascade – Fastone Goma, Raul Mejia, Sheila Harms, Vic Neufeld, and Donald Cole

The Mentorship Cascade By Fastone Goma, Raul Mejia, Sheila Harms, Vic Neufeld and Donald Cole This post is one of a series of stories on Mentorship in Global Health Research. Click here to visit our Stories of Mentorship page where you can find more inspiring mentorship experiences. As the Mentorship Project Team reflected upon the […]

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September Funding Roadmap Update: Opportunities in Global Health

September Funding Roadmap Update: Opportunities in Global Health Greetings colleagues! Welcome to a new service for CCGHR members – a monthly listing of current calls for applications to global health research funding opportunities. This communication is a component of the Funding Road Map (FRM), a resource which is now available for all members to access.  […]

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Engaging Private Drug Shops in Uganda – Denise Buchner

Engaging Private Drug Shops in Uganda by Denise Buchner Senior Research Associate, University of Calgary Private unregulated drug shops proliferate throughout the world’s poorest communities where common childhood illnesses (malaria, pneumonia and diarrhea) continue to cause high rates of childhood mortality.  Often healthcare provided by these drug shops is unsafe.  The following blog documents my […]

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Wisdom Shared: Co-Mentoring Relationships in Global Health Research

Wisdom Shared: Co-Mentoring Relationships in Global Health Research by Jennifer Hatfield and Mange Manyama University of Calgary This post is one of a series of stories on Mentorship in Global Health Research. Click here to visit our Stories of Mentorship page where you can find more inspiring mentorship experiences. The first time I met Dr […]

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Introducing Our New Funding Roadmap

Introducing Our New Funding Roadmap The Coalition is thrilled to introduce the revised Funding Road Map (FRM), a resource to assist CCGHR members as they seek funding for global health research initiatives and academic pursuits.  Members can click here to access the roadmap within our Member Services site.  The FRM Includes: Links to funding organizations […]

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The Loneliness of the Long Distance Scholar

The Loneliness of the Long Distance Scholar Sebastian Brett and Soledad Falabella ESE:O ESE:O, a Chilean NGO that specializes in writing capacity building has been working since 2011 with the Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA), facilitating face-to-face and online writing workshops for African PhD candidates in public health. Below, Sebastian Brett, an […]

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The Thirst for Mentorship in Global Health Research – Donald C. Cole & Vic Neufeld

The Thirst for Mentorship in Global Health Research Donald C. Cole and Vic Neufeld Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research This post is one of a series of stories on Mentorship in Global Health Research. Click here to visit our Stories of Mentorship page where you can find more inspiring mentorship experiences. As Canadian global […]

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