Remembering Dr. Jay Keystone (1942-​2019)

http://abloombangkok.com/facilities/abloom-cafe/ “That’s the sad thing with life, There’s people always leavin’ just as other folks arrive” -- Josh Ritter The DLSPH community mourns Dr. Jay Keystone — a giant in the worlds of tropical medicine, travel medicine, public health and medical education — who died on September 3, 2019 after a...

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A New Dose of Mindfulness: Monthly Sessions Open for DLSPH Students, Staff & Faculty

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enter site By Françoise Makanda, Communications Officer at DLSPH Elli Weisbaum remembers the meal’s colour, its flavour and the sound it made as she sat quietly at the table at her first meditation retreat when she was 10 years old. Weisbaum’s family would attend retreats every year when she was younger. Within...

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DLSPH Remembers Professor Kang Laiyi

http://adbbrakes.com/shop/for-toyota-camry-acv40-2-4l-07-2006-01-2012-rear-performance-brake-pads-db1475/ The DLSPH community mourns Professor Kang Laiyi — an internationally recognized researcher in HIV, AIDS and infectious disease — who died on October 5, 2019 at the age of 84. “Dr. Kang was a visionary who was at the forefront of promoting global collaboration as key to effectively dealing with...

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Climate Change is Increasing Incidence of a Cholera-​Like Disease in the U.S.

Best Place To Get Tramadol Online by Françoise Makanda, Communications Officer at DLSPH A new study led by DLSPH alumnae found that the United States is experiencing a rise in vibriosis, an infectious disease caused by cholera-like bacteria, and rising sea temperatures from climate change are likely to blame. Vibriosis infections are caused by the same...

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U of T Professor Andreas Laupacis takes the helm at the CMAJ

Non Prescription Tramadol Online By Brianne Tulk The next phase of Dr. Andreas Laupacis’s career is hardly a goodbye. A professor in the Department of Medicine and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto, and a general internist and palliative care physician at St. Michael’s Hospital and scientist at...

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Study led by U of T professor shows male surgeons make more than female surgeons for same time worked

http://blueturtlebeachhouse.com/VA/Culpeper/cheap-full-coverage-car-insurance/ By Gabrielle Giroday, Faculty of Medicine Female surgeons in Ontario are earning 24 per cent less than their male counterparts for the same time spent in surgeries, a new study involving University of Toronto researchers shows. The study – published in JAMA Surgery today – studied more than 3,200 male...

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An African Cookbook, a plan for prenatal nutrition care, and a WHO Study in Switzerland: for DLSPH Nutrition Students, Summer Practicums Offered a World of Opportunity

enter By Heidi Singer Three DLSPH students interested in influencing global nutrition policy took a step closer to their goals this summer, with practicum experiences in Geneva and Ottawa focusing on Maternal and Child Nutrition, and in Kenya researching traditional cooking. Rim Mouhaffel, an international student who moved to Toronto two...

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Prof Carles Muntaner Inducted to The Canadian Academy of Health Sciences

http://fuelcommunications.com/wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron=1574345213.3147470951080322265625 DLSPH Prof. Carles Muntaner has been inducted into the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences – one of the highest honours within Canada’s academic community. DLSPH writer Françoise Makanda spoke with Muntaner to learn more about the award and its impact on his work. Q: Congratulations on this recognition! How do...

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“It’s not only whether you wake up and feel healthy but when you wake up, do you have access to land and food security?”

A DLSPH Researcher on Access to Care in the Far North By Heidi Singer After spending her early years in Labrador, the North was always part of Prof. Susan Chatwood’s circle of friends and family.  So it felt like a natural place to land when she became a nurse in...

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Prof Obidimma Ezezika Receives Next Einstein Award

DLSPH Prof. Obidimma Ezezika has been named one of Africa’s top 25 scientists by the Next Einstein Forum – an organization that supports the work of African scientists under the belief that the next Einstein will be African. Ezezika received the Next Einstein Forum Fellow Award for his research around...

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