Congratulations to the recipients of the Internal Graduate Awards for 2019.
Understanding long-term effects of concussion Take a look at these words. Now quickly say out loud what colour they are written in. Adrian Owen, PhD, and his team hypothesize that if you’d had a concussion, you’re going to be slower at completing this task.
Podcast: Giving a voice to their peers Allison Dilliott, PhD Candidate and Chair of the Graduate Students Council, joins her fellow student leaders to talk about increasing transparency and communication between learners and the School and how they feel a responsibility to give a voice to their peers.
Finding focus in the grey Working alongside volunteer agencies in Vancouver’s downtown eastside, Master of Public Health Candidate Nour Kachouh found her purpose.
You have a concussion – now what? Dr. Lisa Fischer debunks concussion myths and outlines best practices, policies and guidelines around concussion care in the first video of the School’s new, four-part series, Brainstorm: Straight Talk on Concussion.
Featured publications What is the prevalence of mental illness among Indigenous post-secondary students? How can primary and public health care integrate to address multimorbidity? Authors include Kelly Anderson, Piotr Wilk, Chandlee Dickey, and researchers from across Schulich Medicine & Dentistry.
Events Upcoming events include the Gairdner Lecture (October 21), Murray Barr Lecture (October 25), New Faculty Lecture with Dr. Tugce Balci (November 8) and Taylor Symposium (November 12).