Meet 2023 Global Health Scholar Blake Linthwaite

14 Aug 2023

Blake Linthwaite is a medical student and a McGill Global Health Scholar supported by the Dr. Margaret Siber Global Health Scholar Award. Blake will work with Dr. Evan Wong of the Department of...

Meet 2022 Global Health Scholar Lilly Groszman

31 Aug 2022

Lilly Groszman is a Medical student and McGill Global Health Scholar supported by the Dr. Kenneth Remsen Global Health Scholar Award. This summer, she evaluated trauma and acute care in Northern...

6th Annual Global Surgery Conference

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Through a collaborative effort between students and health professionals from the McGill University Health Centre, the Global Surgery Conference aims to provide a forum for discussion regarding the...

2016 Global Surgery Conference - High Impact Models in Global Surgery

Saturday, May 14, 2016 09:30to17:00

The  Centre for Global Surgery of the McGill Universtiy Health Centre and Global Surgery Interest Group are happy to present the 2016 edition of the Global Surgery Conference under the theme: High...

Global Surgery Conference

Saturday, May 16, 2015 09:00to17:30

The Global Surgery Conference intends to bring attention to the surgical component of global health and to facilitate discussion between students and health profesionals regarding the issue.3655...

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