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GHPI members Lincoln Lau, Jennifer Liu and Warren Dodd, along with Laura Jane Brubacher and Kathy Luu have had their research with low-income women in the Philippines. The research looks at women’s decisions regarding health care access, and the myriad ways social networks are utilized for social and financial support to facilitate healthcare access and use  throughout women's lifespans. 

GHPI members Shannon Majowicz and Warren Dodd, as well as School of Public Health Sciences PhD candidate, Binyam N. Desta, are among 11 authors investigating the success of a mulit-partner research partnership in global health. The research, published in Emerging Themes in Epidemiology assesses how a partnership that estimated the foodborne disease burden in four African low- and middle-income countries functioned in terms of the project’s collaboration, management, and implementation process. 

A commentary by GHPI member, Susan Elliott was recently published in the Canadian Journal of Public Health. The paper discusses the potential for global health for all by 2030 by arguing that all health is global health; global health is public health; and the more things change, the more they stay the same. 

GHPI members Kelly Skinner and Brian Laird recently had a paper published in the journal Nutrients. The research looked at how dietary message stakeholders at the local, regional and territorial level can inform the co-development of culture-centered dietary messaging to support healthy, safe, and culturally appropriate diets in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories. 

Warren Dodd, a professor in the School of Public Health Sciences, was one of two researchers in the Faculty of Health to receive funding from the Government of Canada’s New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF). Dodd was recognized in the special call for innovative approaches to research in the pandemic context.

John Hirdes, a professor in the School of Public Health Sciences, has received the designation of University Professor. Hirdes is known for his research in geriatric assessment, mental health, health care and service delivery and health information management.