Série de conférences mensuels sur la santé mondiale : « justice sanitaire et qualité des soins »


Date : mercredi 2 juin 2021 
Heure : 12 h à 13 h 
Thème : Justice sanitaire et qualité des soins

Lien Zoom : https://mcgill.zoom.us/j/89369819518

Dr. Lynda Redwood-Campbell MD, FCFP, DTM&H, MPH is a family physician with research, scholarly and international expertise in global health, immigrant/refugee health and humanitarian response. Her interest is how to integrate PHC into disaster preparedness/response in policy and action. She has worked in many resource-poor countries and as part of several emergency responses including with the ICRC Red Cross field hospital in Indonesia after the December 2004 Tsunami and the Kashmir 2005 earthquake in Pakistan, the 2010 Haiti earthquake and cholera outbreak. She continues to lead global capacity-building initiatives focused on health human resources and primary care delivery.  She has also chaired the global health committee of the Canadian College of Family Physicians and served on various international editorial boards including the Prehospital and Disaster Medicine Journal. 

Dr. Sabina Faiz Rashid PhD is Dean & Professor at BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University. She specializes in ethnographic and qualitative research that explores the impact of structural and intersectional factors on the ability of marginalized populations (i.e. sexual minorities, refugee populations, adolescents, slum dwellers) to realize their sexual and reproductive health and rights. In 2008, she founded the Centre for Gender, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and co-founded the Centre for Urban Equity and Health in 2013. Professor Rashid has led/co-led numerous local and multi-country research and capacity building initiatives and serves on several national and global boards and committees. 

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