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The power of mentorship and collaborative learning: a reflection

Chloe Zivot, a second year PhD student in Population Medicine and International Development at the University of Guelph, received a travel bursary from CCGHR to attend the 25th Canadian Conference on Global Health and the GHSYPs in Ottawa. She wrote this blog about her experience, and want to share her take-home message from 2019’s CCGH and GHSYP Summit: “the importance and power of mentorship and collaborative learning in academia”. Read more >

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Shifting Power: Lessons learned from the CCGH

Anna Socha, a recent graduate from the Master of Science in Global Health program at McMaster University, received a travel bursary from CCGHR to attend the 25th Canadian Conference on Global Health and the GHSYPs in Ottawa. She learned a lot from her experience, and want to share a few strategies she learned on shifting power from privileged groups to historically marginalized groups, a necessary step in achieving health equity. Read more >