Global Health & AI Challenge
The Global Health & AI Challenge, a partnership between the Dalla Lana School of Public Health and Vector Institute will engage students in critical dialogue and problem-solving scenarios on some of the most complex global health challenges of our time. Threats to global health exist due to complex, interrelated economic, political, social, cultural, environmental, and historical factors, and thus demand creative, interdisciplinary and intersectoral solutions. Technological innovations and interventions such as AI offer the potential to disrupt these complex threats.
Registration deadline is December 8th, 2019 please click here to register.
Careers in Global Health
Are you interested in learning more about the different career pathways in global health? Then, this series is for you. Come share your experiences and burning questions and interact with our speakers working in academia, government, entrepreneurship, consulting and NGO sectors.
Careers in Global Health Panel – November 14, 2019
Model World Health Assembly (WHA) in Global Health Policy
The Office of Global Public Health Education & Training at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health (DLSPH), University of Toronto is working with the Office of International Affairs for the Health Portfolio, Government of Canada on a simulated Model WHA for global health graduate students.
The Office of International Affairs (OIA) manages Canada’s relationship with the World Health Organization (WHO) in close collaboration with Global Affairs Canada (GAC). In particular, OIA is responsible for leading preparations and supporting Canada’s participation in WHO governing body meetings such as the World Health Assembly.
2017 – Maternal, infant and young child nutrition
2018 – Global Mental Health
2019 – Universal Health Coverage (Call for Applications Deadline Sept. 29, 2019)
John R. Evans Lectureship in Global Health
The John R. Evans Lectureship in Global Health was established by Dr. David Naylor, when he was The University of Toronto’s Dean of Medicine. The lectureship acknowledges the major role Dr. Evans played in the University of Toronto’s history and his global contributions to the advancement of human health and well-being.
Global Health Speakers
Tuesday October 1st, 2019 12pm – 1pm HSB 574 Seminar Talk – Child and Adolescent Health and Development with Donald A.P. Bundy
Tuesday October 22nd, 2019 12pm – 1pm HSB 208 Seminar Talk – Managing Risks of Corruption to Advance Health, How to Make Global Anticorruption Efforts Work with Mostafa Hunter
Tuesday November 5th, 2019 12pm – 1pm HSB 574 Lecture –Primary Health Care and Regionalization in Brazil with Aylene Bousquat
Wednesday November 13th, 1pm – 2pm HSB 208 Seminar Talk – What it Means to be an International Expert for the World Health Organization with Dr. Natasha Crowcroft, Dr. Shelley Deeks & Dr. Arlene King
Universal Health Care (UHC) Lecture Series
More information to be announced.