Registration: Global Health Night 2021 (Online)

Please use the below form to register to participate in Global Health Night 2021 online. Details on how to participate will be sent via email to all registered participants ahead of the event.

Global Health Night 2021 will be held online on Tuesday, November 2, 2021, 5:00-8:30 PM EDT.

  • Digital Poster Gallery & Student Social Media Takeoever: 5:00-7:00 PM EDT
  • Main Program and Keynote: 7:00-8:30 PM EDT

Keynote Title: "Be a Catalyst for Change: Careers in Global Health Research"
Dr. Gina Ogilvie, Professor, University of British Columbia School of Public Health

Please direct all inquiries to ghp.med [at] mcgill.ca

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Due to the online nature of this event, we require all attendees to read and accept the following waiver.

  • You agree to be respectful in communications with presenters, panellists and other attendees, and to refrain from acting in any manner which McGill Global Health Programs determines in its sole and reasonable judgement to be disruptive or inappropriate.
  • You shall not have the right to record or take screencaps of the video conferences.
  • You hereby acknowledge and grant McGill Global Health Programs the foregoing rights:

Just as an audience member would not own the rights to a theatre performance they attend, you acknowledge and agree that McGill University shall own all right, title, and interest in and to the copyright in any and all presentations or recordings (whether of an audio or visual nature) which may be created during or after your attendance at the event (collectively, the “Recording”), and that, without limiting the foregoing, McGill has the sole and exclusive right to display, publish, distribute, broadcast, perform, adapt, reproduce, license, advertise, promote, edit, create derivative works from, or otherwise use (collectively, the right to “Use”) the Recording, including without any further approval from you, in whole or in part, like audio or video, alone or accompanied by other material, throughout the world, in perpetuity, in any and all media now known or hereafter developed.

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