The Graduate Student Alliance for Global Health
The Graduate Student Alliance for Global Health (GSAGH) is a coalition of interdisciplinary University of Toronto graduate students who come together and share knowledge. With increased commitment to global health education, research and service there is evolving opportunity for multidisciplinary solutions to the world’s health challenges. The University of Toronto has world-renowned investigators in disciplines including for example, public health, medicine, basic science research, policy, pharmacy, nursing, social work, dentistry, law, engineering and anthropology whose faculty and students are addressing global health concerns.
Juxtaposition is the University of Toronto’s premier global health magazine. With a special emphasis on topics that particularly impact the vulnerable and marginalized globally, Juxtaposition provides an interactive forum to explore the essential health issues of our time. Using a multidisciplinary approach, Juxtaposition seeks to include contrasting perspectives on global health issues from a wider socio-cultural, political, economic, and legal context. Juxtaposition aims to be recognized as a current, credible, and compelling publication and act as a forum for sharing ideas, promoting discussion and action on global health topics.
The Public Health Students’ Association (PHSA) is the representative body of the students enrolled in the Graduate Department of Public Health Sciences at the University of Toronto. All students in the school of public health are encouraged to get involved in the PHSA. We hold open meetings on a monthly basis.
University of Toronto International Health Program
UTIHP was established in 1988 as a student group by two University of Toronto medical students, in response to an increased interest in Global Health. Since then, the identity of the group has been constantly evolving. The interdisciplinary aspect of the program was introduced at a later point to open the program to individuals from different disciplines and maximize program effectiveness. This was accomplished through sharing leadership between a Medical and an Interdisciplinary Co-director, in addition to having executive positions and membership open to all members of the UofT community including undergraduates, graduates, alumni, as well as professional students.