Global health students present at Canadian Conference on Global Health
Three DLSPH students presented at the Canadian Conference on Global Health in Ottawa from October 29-31 where the theme was to “leave no one behind.”
Michelle Amri, PhD in Social and Behavioural Health Sciences – Predictors of Alcohol Consumption Among Pregnant Mothers in Colombia: An urban-rural and age analysis.
Marin MacLeod, MPH in Health Promotion – Innovative Humanitarian Response: UNHCR Jordan’s Biometric Cash Transfer Program.
Rozina Somani, PhD in Nursing student participating in the Collaborative Doctoral Specialization in Global Health – gave two presentations at the event, including one on gender-based violence and one on improving the lives of adolescent mothers.
- Magnitude of workplace violence towards nurses at private and government healthcare settings in Pakistan
- The intersection of school corporal Punishment and youth violence: baseline results from a randomized controlled trail in Pakistan