The International and Global Health Office and the Office of Social Accountability are delighted to invite you to the Faculty of Medicine’s Symposium on Leading Innovation for a Greener and Healthier World which will take place on Thursday, April 7th, 2022!
Through the Faculty of Medicine, the University of Ottawa has become the first Canadian university to endorse a new set of principles intended to guide policy on short-term global health work, which too often fails to consider the needs of a host community and occasionally causes more harm than good. Read more
As part of uOttawa’s expanded efforts in social accountability and commitment to creating a sustainable future, the Faculty of Medicine has appointed Dr. Husein Moloo as Director of Planetary Health; such a new position and portfolio being a first nationwide. Read more
What does it mean to be a physician in the 21st century? Does the answer lie in an epidemiology textbook exclusively, or rather, should we also look to the humanities and social sciences for a new concept of health care in a post-COVID world?
The International and Global Health Office (IGHO) has partnered with the Global One Health Network (Global 1HN) to offer a free virtual 3-day summer course on the One Health (OH) approach to improve the global governance of infectious diseases, for network members, learners and Faculty.
Join our expert panel on Thursday, December 10 2020 from 12:30-2:00pm for our fifth FREE accredited live webinar in our International Collaboration Webinar series: Benefits of simulation in patient care and education. The webinar will be presented in English, however participants will be able to ask their questions in French.