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CAGH in the Media

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CAGH in the Media

Canada is foolish to snub international graduate students and scholars

The Conversation

July 18, 2022

CAGH's UAC Co-Chairs: Dr. Katrina Plamondon and Susan Elliott, Ph.D., as well as MPH & Practicum Student Melisa Valverde addressed the implications of the IRCC's recent policy changes which negatively impact LMIC scholars. 

Global health in Canada: Three emerging prospects

January 28, 2021

The (CCGH) conference ... paved the way to a broader understanding that included three emerging prospects: emphasizing the importance of policy and governance, encouraging engagement of participants from the global south, and elevating the voice of women.

Health experts criticize Canada vaccine deals, call for international funding

CTV News

September 11, 2020

More than 100 Canadian health and policy experts have joined hands in signing a call to action, led by CAGH, criticizing the federal government of succumbing to "vaccine nationalism".

Canadians honoured for their work to advance women and children's health


March 7, 2019

On International Women's Day, CAGH received the "Partnership" award along with four other agencies for their collaboration on the ENRICH program, which showcases Canadian leadership and success in advancing women and children's health.

Honouring women leaders in global health

February 8, 2019

The McGill University Health Centre interviewed three researchers on what it meant to the named to the first-ever list of Canadian women leaders in global health, and why it is important to recognize women in science.

Raising Awareness in Canadian Prisons

Hep Voice

January 1, 2019

Hep Voice, the magazine of the World Hepatitis Alliance, featured the CAGH Art Contest in Correctional Facilities as an innovative and successful diagnosis initiative in its January 2019 issue.

More women leaders needed to solve world’s problems: former New Zealand PM

CTV News

November 21, 2018

In a sit-down interview with CTV National News Chief Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme at CCGH, former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark said that the reason issues such as women’s health and sexual violence remain so pervasive is due to a lack of women at the table.

NCDs: Our Health Challenge For The 21st Century

Huffington Post

December 12, 2017

Have you ever heard of NCDs? If you haven't, you aren't alone: non-communicable diseases or NCDs are a crucial health issue, but not the best known. Worse, NCDs have a serious public relations issue: 

Civil Registration And Vital Statistics Systems Are About People, Not Numbers

Huffington Post

November 30, 2017

Nations should understand who is dying, when their people are dying, where they're dying, and from what disease, injury or condition.

Cholera in Haiti is the UN's Dreadful Legacy

Huffington Post

November 23, 2017

In 2010, Haiti was hit by the two most devastating disasters in its history, an earthquake and the outbreak of cholera. But unlike a natural disaster, cholera is a preventable and utterly ...

There are Barriers to the World We All Want

Huffington Post

November 23, 2017

Inequalities in wealth and power continue to worsen, while the past few decades have made only a modicum of improvement in the lives of the world's poorest.

Time for Dialogue in the Dark in Health Care

Huffington Post

October 31, 2017

Despite having seen firsthand the struggles faced by a person with a visual impairment, it was only when I went to a "Dialogue in the Dark" exhibition – where the sighted are blindfolded and guided by the visually impaired – ...