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.
The uOttawa Faculty of Medicine is honoured to present a LIVE conversation with Professor Agnes Binagwaho, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda, who will be interviewed on Friday, November 27, 2020 by uOttawa Vice-President (International and Francophonie) Professor Sanni Yaya.
The Faculty of Medicine’s 75th Anniversary International Collaboration Webinar Series : Collaboration with an international twist!
Join our expert panel on Friday, October 23 2020 for our first FREE accredited live webinar in our International Collaboration Webinar series: Social Inequities in the COVID-19 Pandemic. The webinar will be presented in English, however participants will be able to ask their questions in French.
The Kuwait Mentoring Program (KMP) launched in the Fall of 2019 and was designed by the International and Global Health Office (IGHO) to support the Faculty of Medicine’s first international students enrolled in the Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME) program, as well as encourage Kuwaiti students enrolled in the Faculty of Science to pursue a career in medicine by providing them with mentors throughout their academic career.
Gain a global perspective on the COVID-19 crisis in a series of weekly webinars presented by the International and Global Health Office (IGHO). April is Internationalization and Global Health Month at the faculty, and these webinars feature conversations about the coronavirus pandemic with some of the field’s foremost practitioners and thinkers. View the complete list of webinars.
Register for this week's webinar to be held on Friday, May 1 from 11:00 am -12:00 pm : "Social Accountability During a Pandemic: Helping Refugees, the Homeless and the Indigenous" with Dr. Doug Gruner, Dr. Jeffrey Turnbull and Dr. Sarah Funnell. (Update: Registration is now closed)