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Join us for the Global Health Learning Network series and attend a session with Senator Stan Kutcher, Ms. Sarah LaFramboise, and Dr. Alison Krentel.
This enriching session will explore how scientists can be effective advocates by hearing about and learning from Canadian experiences in advocacy in national and international domains. The session will explore the unique challenges and opportunities facing scientist advocates. Speakers will share their lessons learnt, will highlight tools and will refer to a recently published guide from Evidence for Democracy: An Essential Guide to Science Advocacy – Evidence For Democracy.
About the Global Health Learning Network
The Global Health Learning Network is a platform for knowledge growth and exchange with the goal to build a community of practice in global health that reaches across researchers, practitioners, and learners from all global health domains to include members of the public with an interest in global health.
The School of Epidemiology and Public Health, Bruyère Research Institute, WHO Collaborating Centre for Knowledge Translation and Health Technology Assessment in Health Equity, and the International and Global Health Office (IGHO) are collaborating to host this monthly global health seminar.
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