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Registration: McGill Global Health Case Competition

Please note that we’ve reached the maximum number of registrations for the event. Thank you for your interest!

The ‘Displaced Populations: Reproductive Health and Intergenerational Consequences’ case competition will be held at the McIntyre Medical Building (3655 Promenade Sir-William-Osler) in Montreal on Saturday, November 3rd and Sunday November 4th, 2018, from 10 AM to 4 PM.

The event is open to undergraduate and graduate students from all universities across Montreal regardless of program, and students can register as individuals or as teams. Those who opt to register as individuals will be matched to groups of students who registered together, to form teams of four to six members. All participants will be under the direction of professionals in the field and will work as a “research team” for Médecins Sans Frontières in attempt to provide an integrative solution to the lack of reproductive health available to members of displaced populations, and long term support for the children of these groups.

No background knowledge, or case competition experience is necessary! All teams will be provided with articles, reports and other materials to guide their research and direct problem-solving over the two day course. Student teams will then present their solution to a panel of judges.

The winners will be announced at Global Health Night 2018 on November 6th, 2018.

Learn more about the event

Have questions? fomsf.mcgill [at] gmail.com (subject: Case%20competition) (Contact the organizers)

 

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