The TB Center in the Media
DR-TB poses a significant threat to global health security, yet efforts to fight it are acknowledged as being under-resourced.
TB Center Activities
Our Summer courses, Research Day and monthly Seminars are useful for researchers, implementers and policy-makers in Global Health
TB Center in the Media
Global Health Research Needs More Than A Makeover
"Research shows that global health is still struggling to shed its colonial past. This is reflected in who drives the research agenda, who dominates authorship, and who edits the research".
Confronting a killer : New article about the McGill TB Centre written by Patrick McDonagh in McGill News
THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IS TURNING ITS ATTENTION TO THE MENACE OF TB AND A RESEARCH CENTRE AT MCGILL IS ALREADY PLAYING A MAJOR ROLE.
Recent media appearances
Building a tuberculosis-free world in The Lancet Commission on tuberculosis
Research Coordinator Position
We are seeking a dynamic, motivated and highly organized individual to coordinate two multi-province CIHR funded studies on the infectious disease epidemiology in the immigrant population. The ideal candidate will have had prior experience in research. Candidates must have at least completed a MSc or MPH. Candidates with an MSc or PhD in Epidemiology, Public Health, or a related field will be given preference and are strongly encouraged to apply.
CREE BOARD OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES OF JAMES BAY
Planning, Programming and Research Officer (1565)
SUMMARY OF THE POSITION: Person who is responsible for one or more programs with a view to providing professional assistance for the development of services. She/he conducts research activities that are necessary for identifying and assessing needs and resources. She/he designs and proposes development plans and programs in order to ensure adequate service planning. She/he provides advice concerning the implementation or improvement of programs and/or services. She/he may participate in various teaching or training activities.
SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS: The PPRO SERC Person who works in a multidisciplinary surveillance team and carries out analyses to:
• Develop health portraits of the population.
• She/He studies patterns and spatial and temporal variations in population health, identify public health issues, identify priority issues of public health.
• She/He develops future scenarios regarding the health status of the population and follow the development of specific health problems and their determining factors.
• The person is involved in the collection and compilation of data in accordance with best scientific practice of public health, in the analysis and interpretation of data, in writing public health reports and represents the Board in collaborative forums in regards to this mandate.
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