Live 2021

As the world slowly emerges from a pandemic that exposed the vulnerability of healthcare systems when overwhelmed with multifaceted management challenges, McGill University has launched a new Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Management (GCHM).
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Live 2021

In 2019, an independent report commissioned by the City of Montreal demonstrated racial and social profiling by the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) targeting Black, Arab and Indigenous peoples, and young adults in particular. According to the data, Indigenous and Black people are four to five times more likely to be stopped by police than non-racialized people.
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Nearly 350 people from the United States, Canada, Québec and across McGill’s health network attended a May 5 online lecture as part of the Office for Interprofessional Education’s (OIPE) Interprofessional Education Grand Rounds lecture series. Dr. Lingard’s lecture was titled, “Truths & Myths about Interprofessional Teams and their Implications for How We Understand Competence in Healthcare.”
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Live 2021

The McGill Family Medicine Research Symposium is an annual conference organized by the Family Medicine Graduate Student Society (FMGSS) with the support of the Family Medicine Research Division. Created to celebrate student research, the first iteration of the symposium was first held in 2015, to provide a space and resources for graduate students, research assistants and post-doctoral fellows to showcase their research projects with their peers, faculty and the broader community.
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Live 2021

To help at-risk populations—Indigenous peoples, individuals in situations of homelessness or at-risk-of-homelessness—disproportionately affected by diabetes in Montreal, Sun Life is donating $800,000 to McGill University.
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Live 2021

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Montreal in March 2020, McGill University faculty and staff looked for innovative ways to substitute in-person workshops for virtual platforms to provide learners with a rich learning environment.
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Live 2021

Grade one is a critical time in a child’s development. While learning to read, which mostly happens in first grade, may seem fun and effortless for some children, “it can be a great challenge for others” says Sophie Vaillancourt, assistant professor (professional) in McGill’s Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences’ School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (SCSD).
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Live 2021

A diverse, global team including Dr. Nada Jabado and Dr. Claudia Kleinman from McGill University has been selected for the final stages of Cancer Grand Challenges – and is in with a chance of securing a share of £80m of funding to take on one of cancer’s toughest problems.
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Live 2021

Faculty members in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (FMHS) along with Faculty of Science members who teach in the FMHS were recognized with glowing endorsements by learners themselves as the academic year draws to a close
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Live 2021

To kick off official graduation festivities, the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences’ Undergraduate Medical Program Office invited graduates, their family and friends, as well as Faculty members, to a Virtual Cocktail Ceremony on June 1.
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