The Dalla Lana School of Public Health is a leader in global health atCUGH_Logo.Badge.Final.Efile the University of Toronto and part of a multi-layered, complex landscape of global health efforts throughout the University.

The School’s global health activities are diverse and include:

OFFICE OF GLOBAL PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION & TRAINING

The Office of Global Public Health Education & Training (OGPHE&T) is the knowledge hub of global health educational activities at DLSPH, offering multidisciplinary graduate and undergraduate education in global health, student practicum placements, seminars, lectures, and other training opportunities.

OFFICE OF GLOBAL PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION & TRAINING WEBSITE

Institute for Global Health Equity & Innovation

The IGHEI a university-wide Institute that is addressing health inequities through innovation. It hosted Creating a Pandemic of Health, a transformative Global Health Summit in fall 2014 that launched several initiatives, including:

  • new definitions of and methods for measuring health
  • health of mega-cities
  • global health policies and politics
  • addressing the “convergence” agenda
  • sustainable health systems
  • global big data

INSTITUTE OF GLOBAL HEALTH EQUITY & INNOVATIOn website

Dalla Lana School of Public Health Divisions, Institutes and centres

The School’s Divisions and IHPME each have a complement of global health faculty who teach and embed global health in their coursework and degree programs.  A number of faculty members lead or co-lead major global health units outside U of T, including, for example:

  1. Centre for Global Health Research at St. Michael’s Hospital, led by Professor Prabhat Jha
  2. Centre for Child Global Health at Sick Kids Hospital, led by Professors Stanley Zlotkin and Zulfiqar Bhutta
  3.  International Centre for Disability Research at the University of Toronto, led by Professor Stephanie Nixon
  4.  Global Health Program at the Department of Family & Community Medicine, led by Professor Katherine Rouleau
  5. Office of Transformative Global Health at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, led by Professor Akwatu Khenti
  6. WHO Collaborating Centre in Health Promotion is based at the DLSPH and co-directed by Professors Suzanne Jackson and Blake Poland.

Our Faculty

Global Health at the University of Toronto

Sandra Rotman Centre
Grand Challenges Canada
Centre for Global Engineering