Date: May 26, 2016 Hosted by: brainXchange in partnership with Parkinson Canada, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada and the Alzheimer Society. Presented by: Valerie Borggard, Navigator for the…+ More details
Associate Professor Gracelyn Smallwood, James Cook University In this seminar, based on her PhD thesis, Associate Professor Smallwood will present a defence of what is popularly known as the ‘human…+ More details
Dr. Kenneth I. Shine, Vice Chancellor of Health Affairs for the University of Texas System, moderates a discussion with the Presidents of health and academic campuses of global activity and strategic…+ More details
Ali Drummond, Director, Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses New Zealand and Canada have made significant contributions to the health of their respective Indigenous nations…+ More details
Opportuniites to share and seek best practices in many different areas of infant, child and youth health service delivery continue to be a frequent undertaking of many individuals from CAPHC's…+ More details
Original Broadcast Date: Thursday August 7, 2014 Duration: 1 hour hc1.com CEO Brad Bostic and special guest speakers Patti Smith and Pat Arthur of North Memorial Reference Lab discuss how they…+ More details
Professor Lisa Jackson Pulver and Elizabeth Layland Whatever the destination, a journey should be seen as many steps. Mine started the day I decided to run away from home, and, with some help,…+ More details
Carmen Parter, Australian Health Ministers Advisory Council Carmen Parter has been a registered nurse, registered midwife and a women’s health nurse practitioner. She has also held a number…+ More details
Conférence de Marcel Tanner, Professor of Epidemiology and Medical Parasitology Swiss Tropical & Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH), Basel, donnée dans le cadre de la remise…+ More details
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