Waterloo's School of Public Health Sciences is training a new generation of leaders, researchers and change agents to prepare for and respond to the complex adaptive systems that affect health and health care.
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Our undergraduate programs, and professional and research-based graduate programs prepare learners for these opportunities. Join us as we seek innovative solutions to current and emerging challenges to health.
Our researchers work closely with partners including ministries of health and health promotion, the World Health Organization, Public Health Agency of Canada, private industry, and many others to identify and understand health complex challenges and to develop relevant solutions.
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Equity, diversity and inclusion
We celebrate diversity and challenge the social and structural factors that undermine health, including structural bias, social inequities, and racism.
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The School of Public Health Sciences is pleased to announce that three of its programs have received accreditation from the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH): the Bachelor of Public Health, Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences and Master of Public Health.
Dr. Carrie McAiney leads the Forward with Dementia project to address stigma within diverse cultural and linguistic groups.
Dr. John Hirdes, a professor in the School of Public Health Sciences, has been appointed a member of the Order of Canada among 78 new appointments nationally.