McGill Global Health Projects in Australia

Within each country, faculty are listed in alphabetical order by first name.

Australia

Name

Title

Department

Subject

Other regions


anita.gagnon [at] mcgill.ca (Anita Gagnon )
Professor Ingram School of Nursing Reproductive health of forced migrant women, maternal, child and perinatal health; health services research, public health, epidemiology, and evidence-based practice (both clinical and policy) USA, Haiti, Scandinavia
dick.menzies [at] mcgill.ca (Dick Menzies) Professor  Faculty of Medicine & Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health; McGill University Health Centre: Montreal Chest Institute  Tuberculosis, TB diagnosis, TB treatment, latent TB, TB prevention, TB control, TB epidemiology Ecuador(more in the past), Australia, Indonesia, Korea (S), Guinee, Benin, Ghana, Saudi Arabia, South Africa
tarek.razek [at] mcgill.ca (Tarek Razek) Assistant Professor Department of Medicine- surgery Trauma databasing, injury control/prevention, clinical education/training in specialty and interdisciplinary teams, general surgery databasing, Operating activity databasing, health system design, regional trauma systems and urgent surgical care system design Chile, Brazil, Uruguay, Tanzania, Mozambique, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Malawi, Kuwait, Ukraine, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Singapore, France

Federated States of Micronesia

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Department

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harriet.kuhnlein [at] mcgill.ca (Harriet Kuhnlein) Professor Emerita School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition bringing recognition to nutritional qualities of unique foods experienced by indigenous peopls  Canada, Peru, Colombia, Japan, Thailand, India, Kenya and Nigeria 

 

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