Call for Applications: CARTA Graduate Workshop 2016

Call for Applications: CARTA Graduate Workshop 2016 This call is for recent PhD graduates interested in building on the skills and competencies acquired during doctoral training through a graduate workshop. The workshop is provided by the Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA), a consortium of nine universities and four research institutes in sub-Saharan […]

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Students and Young Professionals Network Executive Seeking New Members

CCGHR’s Students and Young Professionals Network (SYPN) seeks leaders to join executive Background In 2014, the CCGHR’s Students and Young Professional Network (SYPN) was formed to formally represent Coalition members who are students and young professionals (SYPs). This was an important step in recognizing the unique needs and interests of SYPs, with the development of […]

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Announcing the first annual ONTARIO COALITION INSTITUTE

Announcing the first annual ONTARIO COALITION INSTITUTE Following the “style” of its earlier Summer Institutes, the Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research is pleased to announce an innovative and more localized pilot model—the Ontario Coalition Institute (OCI). The OCI is a collaborative venture involving four southern Ontario universities, all of whom are CCGHR institutional members. […]

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Open letter to Ministers Bibeau and Philpott – PAC Committee

Recognizing the “policy window” opened by the new Liberal government, the CCGHR’s Policy and Advocacy Committee (PAC) recently submitted an open letter to The Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, and The Honourable Jane Philpott, Minister of Health, addressing the importance of global health research. Led by committee co-chairs, Michael Clarke and Katrina […]

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Keeping Equity at the Centre of Global Health Research |Katrina Plamondon, Sandy Campbell & Emily Kocsis

Keeping Equity at the Centre of Global Health Research Inclusion, shared benefits, commitment to the future, responsiveness to causes of inequities, humility, and authentic partnering…could these be the principles directing the next generation of Canadian global health research? We asked for your opinions and, after countless conversations, emails, phone calls, and deliberative dialogues—you answered. What […]

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