Administrative offices will be closed Monday, October 8, 2007.
Due to the continued need for urgent repairs, the main entrance to the Redpath Library Building will be closed until further notice. To enter the Redpath Library Building (including the Oasis Cafe), please use the main entrance of the McLennan Library Building. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Important: October 10, 2007 - POP & IMAP Exchange users will need to enable SSL on their email clients
Please be advised that on Saturday, October 13, the Howard Ross Library of Management will open at 12 noon due to building maintenance. The Bronfman Building will not be accessible during the shutdown. Users requiring access to library resources and services during the closure are advised that the Humanities and Social Sciences Library will open at its regularly scheduled time of 10 am.
We are pleased to announce that the agenda has now been finalized for the upcoming "Practice Makes Perfect" conference -- the first international conference for clinical educators and others in health care and education with responsibility for design, management, organization and delivery of experiential and practice-based learning for health professionals. More than 120 subject matter experts from around the world are confirmed to present at this event.
Society for Social Work Leadership in Health Care - 43rd annual meeting & conference, April 2-5, 2008, in Montreal
The Society for Social Work Leadership in Health Care will be holding its 43rd annual meeting and conference on April 2-5, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Montreal, on the theme "Crossing Borders, Building Bridges... Expanding Horizons." The Call for Abstracts and Papers can be found on the website below.
"Cultural Diversity and Vulnerable Families" - Call for papers for symposium at UQAM, June 22-23, 2008
This symposium, organized by Grave-Ardec in collaboration with the Chaire de recherche du Canada sur la victimisation des enfants, is an opportunity for reflection on perspectives of cultural competency and a place to learn from the conflicts, confrontations and challenges, but also from the successes of intervention, to promote protection and development of vulnerable children.
A member of the McGill MBA program will be attending various national and international fairs to meet prospective McGill MBA students. We invite you to attend one of the following sessions to learn more about the McGill MBA program.
The Pain Centre of McGill University is open for applications for the Alan Edwards Fellowship in Clinical Pain Research. Fellows will divide their time between clinical pain research and clinical activities at the Pain Centre that will be directly related to their research. This Fellowship position is intended for physicians in multiple disciplines who are interested in conducting original clinical research in the field of Pain Medicine. Previous research experience is preferable but not mandatory. The Fellowship has a stipend that is commensurate with experience. The start date for this position is flexible. Funding is for one year, with a second year of support contingent on satisfactory progress. A CV, three letters of reference, and a statement of research goals should be sent via email to yoram [dot] shir [at] muhc [dot] mcgill [dot] ca or via post to: The Alan Edwards Fellowship in Clinical Pain Research, c/o Dr. Yoram Shir, Pain Centre – Montreal General Hospital, 1650 Cedar Ave., E19-133, Montreal, QC, Canada H3G 1