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Global Health Newsletter
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Trivia
Test your Knowledge
 
From 2000 to 2015, how many people gained access to clean water?
 
A) 500 million  B) 1.7 billion  C) 2.6 billion   D) 800 million
In the News
The Latest in Global Health

Read "Are parenting practices associated with the same child outcomes in sub-Saharan African counties as high in high-income countries?" in the BMJ Global Health here!

Events

Beyond Sciences Initiative 

9-10 February | Online Conference

Science and Society is an online conference that provides scholars worldwide an opportunity to present their research and network with a broad scientific audience.  Presenters and attendees simply connect to the live broadcast conference using links that will be distributed to all registered participants prior to the conference date.  To register and view a list of speakers, click here!
Family Medicine

Global Health in Family Medicine

Keep posted on upcoming Global Health events happening at the Department of Family Medicine by bookmarking this page!

External Events
Canadian Conference on Medical Education

13-16 April | Niagara Falls, ON

CCME is the premier medical education conference in Canada. It hosts the largest annual gathering of medical educators in the country. We also welcome our international colleagues and other partners including students, other health educators, health education researchers, administrators, licensing and credentialing organizations and governments, to come and share their experiences in medical education across the learning continuum (from undergraduate to postgraduate to continuing professional development).
Did you know that there’s a journal citation database dedicated to Global Health?  It’s called, appropriately enough, “Global Health”.  Content covers communicable diseases; tropical diseases; parasitology; human nutrition; community and public health (including chronic diseases, occupational health, health status indicators, the impact of agriculture on health, and cancer epidemiology); and medicinal and poisonous plants. 

The database is produced by CABI, an international not-for-profit scientific organization, and is available to Queen’s Library users on the familiar Ovid platform.  This year users frequently experienced “
turnaways” for this database so we increased the number of available seats from one to two concurrent users.  Search Global Health now.
If you have any contributions or questions about the Global Health newsletter please email global.health@queensu.ca
January 2019 Newlsetter

Trivia Answer: C
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