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The McGill Journal of Global Health (formerly known as the Prognosis)

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The 2021 issue is out! Read it now.

McGill Journal of Global Health, Volume X, Issue I, 2021 Cover image showing a drawingof two people with the same green kidney-shaped speech bubble over a blue background

Accepting submissions on a rolling basis:

The Journal is a peer-reviewed, student-run publication that seeks to amplify global health issues, topics at the intersection of social, biomedical, environmental, global, and local perspectives on health, and the interdisciplinary health research being done by McGill students. The journal's goals are to provide a platform for students to express their work and views, and a forum for our writers and editors to develop their skills.

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Past issues:

  • 2020

    McGill Journal of Global Health Volume IX, issue 1 cover image (Montreal city landscape and covid-19 public announcements)

  • 2019

    The Prognosis 2019 volume 8, issue 1 cover image - hands loading a vaccine into a syringe

  • 2018

    The Prognosis Spring 2018 cover image - entrache of family clinic in an LMIC

  • 2017

    Prognosis volume 6 cover image - drawing of two hands holding on a yellow background

  • 2016

    Prognosis volume 5 cover image: the word "women" over the decorated body of a woman on a green background

  • 2015

    The Prognosis volume 4 cover image: an hourglass drawing

  • 2014

    The Prognosis volume 3 cover image: a drawing of Earth with an orange medical cross and randomly place acupuncture needles

  • 2013

    The Prognosis volume 2 cover image: a satellite view of a city with a cross-shaped green area in its middle.

  • 2011

    The Prognosis volume 1 cover image: a white tree with a medical cross among its branches on an orange background

 

 

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McGill University is located on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. McGill honours recognizes and respects these nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and waters on which peoples of the world now gather. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island. We are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land.

Learn more about Indigenous Initiatives at McGill.

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