The Canadian Global Health Students & Young Professionals Summit (GHSYPS) is a space for students and young professionals involved or interested in global health to network and learn.
Changing careers is never easy, but the rewards are worth it. As someone currently enduring the growing pains of switching industries, getting involved is the best place to start. Volunteering is a way to explore topic areas in global health that you may be considering.
Pursuing a Master’s degree can help young professionals develop and hone specialty skills, while grasping what the global trends are and how global health practitioners understand key issues.
Oftentimes, the creative industries are left out of conversations about global health. In this article, we aim to provide an overview of the intersection of arts and global healthcare, existing research and projects in this sector, as well as why it’s more important now than ever to encourage artists and storytellers to enter healthcare spaces.
Election day may only be a few weeks away but we have the best tips on how to get your candidates talking about international development before the ballot box.
Contraception usage is a crucial element in global health. With emphasis on birth control methods, we tend to think less about access to family planning health services more broadly.
I am writing this to offer some of the tools and insights that I’ve found helpful, the tips I’ve learned, and some of the mistakes I’ve made, in hopes that you won’t repeat them.
Research, projects, campaigns — there is a lot of important work happening in global health. But let’s be honest, the global health sector is known for defaulting to technical jargon when communicating our work.
Period poverty is a growing issue in global health. With another Menstrual Hygiene Day in the rearview mirror it’s important to keep discussing the gaps that menstruators face each month.
Despite extraordinary progress over past decades routine immunization programs for children and adults still face massive challenges, causing far too many children to be left behind.