Lymphedema and chronic edema are not well understood by many health professionals. But for those living with these conditions, the impact is great.
Expand your knowledge
Come learn about lymphedema and its treatment here in Québec. Share your questions and experiences.
- Pain's relationship with 'broken' sleep
- La place des opioïdes et approche pratique
- Optimizing Pain Relief While Reducing Risk: Finding Your Comfort Zone
- Subacute Low Back Pain program
- Knee Osteoarthritis… Are we looking for pain in all the wrong places?
- Challenges in management of osteoarthritic patients & A-typical fractures in osteoporosis
Moderator: Dr. Richard Germain
What better way to spend the last Friday afternoon of the month than chatting about sustainability with your colleagues? Come share a drink, a snack, and a conversation with other McGill community members!
Sustainability Fridays are coordinated by MOOS (McGill Office of Sustainability), and supported by generous partners. Invite your friends to join you at the Faculty Club on Friday, March 28th, 4-6 pm for some warmth, camaraderie, and big ideas.
Each year, for the past fourteen years, a thousand participants from multiple disciplines meet up, to communicate and share experiences, and to define new ways to collaborate. All this takes places in a location near them, thanks to a video conference. This year, over 25 towns will organize the event in France and abroad.
An Alternative Globalization Organization "Another World is Possible"
Together we can make a difference.
Citizens in Action is a non-profit, non-partisan, progressive group of concerned citizens, dedicated to economic & social justice, would like to invite you to attend a free public conference on The Limits to Economic Growth, with guest speaker Dr. Peter Brown (To be followed by a discussion period).
The Personal and Cultural Enrichment Program (PACE) at McGill University's School of Continuing Studies is presenting an exciting workshop entitled "The Green Gide to Saving Money" this April.
PACE is an innovative new program at McGill which presents a wide array of artistic and cultural lectures, workshops and performances throughout the year. All sessions are open to the entire Montreal community. We are also always on the lookout for new workshop ideas and possible collaborations!
Drop off your old computers and other personal electronic gadgets on campus during this unique two day event!
Event: Monday, February 25th, 1-4pm, Thomson House Ballroom
Come hear some of the great sustainability action ideas that your fellow students, faculty and staff have been carrying around in their back pockets—and submit some of your own!