The Meatless Monday movement is here!
If you're concerned about the environment, health, or want to learn more then come out on November 28th for the launch of #UW_MeatlessMondays
We have a discussion panel lined up with experts from:
-Faculty of Health Sciences – Dr. Sharon Kirkpatrick (SPSSH)
-Faculty of the Environment – Dr. Steffanie Scott (Geography)
-Dietician from Campus Wellness Services
Tobacco use is the number one preventable cause of death in the world and is projected to kill one billion people this century.
A lunch social arranged within SPHHS for graduate students, staff and faculty to interact and socialize.
Mental health inpatient use over time: Identifying characteristics associated with increased use following index admission
Join us for a Graduate Seminar featuring the research work of Mehrnaz Mostafapour and Katelyn Godin.
Topics: An introduction on the role of cognitive biases in medical decision making (Mehrnaz) & A million (+) shades of grey: How to apply systematic search methods to grey literature (Katelyn).
Time: Thursday, 10:30-11:25pm
Masters Students: Are you applying to the Tri-Agency (CIHR, NSERC, SSHRC) Canada Graduate Scholarships Master's (CGS-M)? As you are likely aware, the deadline is coming up fast!
If you would like to speak to successful applicants from past years or would like to see some successful applications, we will be holding an informal drop-in information session TOMORROW. Please come to BMH 1005 from 10-10:30 am or from 11:30 to noon on Thursday, November 17th (before and after the SPHHS Grad Seminar).