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Q&A with Nutrition and Dietetics Alum Sue Mah about Canada’s new Food Guide

http://rawrevive.com/kansaiTLO/ Last week, the Federal Government launched a new food guide based on the best available evidence to translate the science on food and health into healthy eating guidelines. It offers concrete dietary guidance to Canadians on healthy food choices and eating habits, including: eating plenty of vegetables and fruits eating...

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DLSPH Open: New brand invites you to Join us on the Forefront of Change in Health

go Dear colleagues, A year and a half ago, the DLSPH embarked on the first Faculty-wide branding exercise to refine our story as a leading school of public health and health systems. Thanks to the hard work of our community, this week we’ve launched our refreshed narrative and visual identity along...

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Outreach and Access Program helps high school students from under-​represented communities discover public health and health system careers

source Through a new pilot outreach and access program, the DLSPH is providing an educational pathway and necessary supports to inspire high school students from underrepresented communities to learn about public health and health systems as career options, achieve their potential, improve their communities, and play a leadership role in creating...

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Two DLSPH PhD Students Selected for 2018 Health System Impact Fellow Profiles

enter DLSPH PhD candidates Joslyn Trowbridge and Sophie Roher are among the recipients of the first doctoral CIHR Health System Impact Fellowship. Both candidates’ projects will use research methodology to improve and distribute care among vulnerable populations. “I feel very lucky and extremely excited about this brand new opportunity,” said Trowbridge,...

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Lobbying Efforts for Mental Health Initiatives for Black Canadians Bears Fruit

Ordering Tramadol Online by Françoise Makanda, Communications Officer at DLSPH It started more than five years ago when PhD candidate Nakia Lee-Foon joined The Black Health Alliance (BHA) as a board member while she was earning her Master’s degree. She was eager to make a difference and improve health and access to care...

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DLSPH and UHN Launch Health Policy Blog

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Order Tramadol India By: Dr. Kevin Smith and Professor Adalsteinn Brown Like every other domain of science, health care leaders must manage the onslaught of new evidence and insight. The number of papers published each month that describe what to do or what not to do to improve health care would overwhelm even...

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PhD Biostatistics candidate Dawn Yang receives Edwin S.H. Leong Scholarship

http://lifeofrubin.com/tag/vacation-information/feed When Dr. Edwin Leong (MSc 1974) gave generously to the University of Toronto in 2017 to establish the Edwin S.H. Leong Scholarship, he hoped the award would “attract the best and brightest students from around the globe to U of T.” Today, Dr. Leong’s vision has become a reality. Three extraordinary students have been...

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U of T leading a new training program to strengthen Ontario’s public health workforce

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Public Health Training for Equitable Systems Change aims to improve professional skills in health equity, population health assessment and effective public health practice Earlier this spring, the University of Toronto received a $1-million Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Health-and Well-Being grant to support a comprehensive training program to improve...

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Pilot Anti-​Oppression Panel for Public Health Students Explore Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

“We all have power and privilege,” said Haran Vijayanathan to more than 30 second-year MPH students on a late Thursday night for the School’s pilot anti-oppression training workshop. The workshop is a training pilot project that allows DLSPH students to learn more about the structural powers at play when interacting...

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