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2024 Canadian Conference on Global Health

2024 Canadian Conference on Global Health


The Canadian Conference on Global Health is an annual conference that brings together researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and students from various disciplines and sectors to discuss pressing global health issues. The conference provides a platform for sharing knowledge, best practices, and innovations in global health research, policy, and practice.

The 2024 Canadian Conference on Global Health will be held in person from October 25 to 27, 2024 at the Simon Fraser University, downtown Vancouver campus, BC, Canada, and virtually.



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Participants attending the conference in person are encouraged to book a room at Pacific Spirit Hostel

Getting Here

The conference is taking place in and around the Segal Building on Simon Fraser University Vancouver campus.

Simon Fraser University
500 Granville Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 1W6

Public parking is available at many locations near the Segal Building. Street parking is free after 10 p.m. The closest parking lot is at 400 West Cordova Street.

Public Transit
Major public transit lines, the SeaBus, SkyTrain and West Coast Express, terminate at Waterfront Station, located in the historic Canadian Pacific Railway Station on Cordova Street, opposite Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre. Transit schedules can be found at The Segal Building is also within easy walking distance of all street buses with a terminus in downtown Vancouver.


Invitation letters

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Call for abstracts

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2024 Conference Theme

Poly-crisis and global health: How can we improve human health and equity while protecting the planet?

The purpose of CCGH 2024 is to address the drivers and immediate impacts of poly-crisis and lay the foundation for more equitable, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable global health ecosystems. In particular, equity, social justice, community engagement, proactive involvement of population groups in situations of vulnerability and marginalisation, and authentic partnerships between researchers and practitioners from the global south and global north will be emphasized.