The student-run initiative “ECOLE” (Educational COmmunity Living Environment) is working to transform a MORE house into a space for sustainable living to open in September 2014.
Published on January 20 2014 | Bull and Bear
Written by Tess Wrobleski
"Ethical Issues in Cancer Screening"
Friday January 24, 2014, 12:30-2:00 in the Institute for Health and Social Policy seminar room
Ross Upshur, Canada Research Chair in Primary Care Research, University of Toronto
Find the 2014 speaker bios are here.
Join John Robinson (Associate Provost, Sustainability at UBC) in a conversation about The Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability and Next Generation Sustainability at University of British Columbia
Qu’ils vivent dans le Grand Nord canadien, au Pérou ou en Ouganda, les peuples autochtones sont les premiers à pâtir du réchauffement du climat.
Published January 04 2014 | Le Devoir
Written by Amélie Daoust-Boisvert
Mimi Israël, MD, and Serge Beaulieu, MD, PhD received a 2013 “Coup de chapeau verdunois” for their commitment as first-line psychiatrists. The awards were handed out by Roger Cadieux, President of the Forum économique de Verdun, during a recognition ceremony on the evening of November 27.
This award recognizes the involvement of Verdun residents and employees.
The ISS Undergraduate Training Program Research Projects
Project Proposals Due: Jan 6, 2014
The ISS Team would like to invite professors from any department or faculty at the universities of McGill, INRS, Ecole Polytechnique and Sherbrooke to submit a proposal for an undergraduate student research project for our professional and tec
Salah El Mestikawy, PhD, a researcher at The Douglas Institute, along with his research team, have received $1.5 million to explore the dual signalling capacity of neurons. This research grant is one of five new Multi-Investigator Research Initiative (MIRI) grants awarded by Brain Canada with funds from the Canada Brain Research Fund and Partners.
A look into Vision 2020
Published November 18 2013 | McGill Daily
Written by Juliana Hayden | Visual by Khoa Doan
On the evening of November 14, staff and students gathered in the McGill bookstore for the launch of the first draft of McGill’s sustainability strategy – otherwise known as Vision 2020.
With Ola M. Haïdar, MSc, PhD (c) Public Health, Université de Montréal.
Presentation: In her doctoral research, Ola Haïdar examines variations in the experience of primary health care services of persons according to their vulnerabilities or personal characteristics, the organizational characteristics of the services they received, and also to the characteristics of the places they live in. She proposes that the interaction between these three elements can change the experience of primary health care services.