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Let's talk TB!

Published: 7Jan2016

McGill Global Health Programs Director Madhu Pai is editor of a unique collection of papers printed as a supplement to GP Clinics. This supplement is an effort to engage and educate GPs and private...

Global Health Night 2015-2016

3Nov201517:30
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REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

DEADLINE: Prognosis Paper submissions

9Jan201923:45

The Prognosis is looking for submissions! /globalhealthCategory: Global Health Programs

Case Competition: Displaced Populations: Reproductive Health

3Nov2018
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4Nov2018

After last year’s success, Friends of Médecins Sans Frontières is proud to present their second Case Competition.

Global Health Night 2018: “High Quality Health Systems: Ready for a Revolution?”

6Nov201816:00
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Registration now Open! /globalhealthCategory: Global Health Programs Faculty of Medicine School of Physical and Occupational Therapy

DEADLINE: Fall 2018 McGill International TB Centre Travel Awards

15Oct201823:45

Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the McGill International TB Centre now have until October 15 to submit their applications for this special travel award./globalhealthCategory: Global...

DEADLINE: Dr. Donald A. Henderson Prize for Outstanding Global Health Research

7Oct2018

Nominate outstanding, published research in the global health field by junior faculty appointed in the Faculty of Medicine, McGill University./globalhealthCategory: Global Health Programs

DEADLINE: Fall 2018 Global Health Travel Awards

30Sep201823:45

Applications for the Fall 2018 Travel Awards are now open! /globalhealthCategory: Global Health Programs

DEADLINE: 2018 Global Health Poster Fair Submission

30Sep201823:45

The 2018 Global Health Night will host a Global Health Poster Fair to showcase the best in research and initiatives in globa/globalhealthCategory: Global Health Programs

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