Moving evidence to policy for health, well-being and equity

 

 

The Institute for Health and Social Policy occupies a central role at McGill University as a multidisciplinary centre for research, training and knowledge mobilization on issues of health and social policy. The IHSP conducts and supports world-class research on how social conditions impact the health, well-being and resilience of people and communities, and leads programs designed to translate research findings into policies and programs on local, provincial, national and global scales. The Institute is committed to building collaborations with policymakers, communities and researchers to effectively move evidence to policy.


2019 Events

March

14 Adam Cureton - "Expressing Respect for People with Disabilities in Clinical Settings" RSVP HERE

 

February 

5 Daniel Béland - "Older and Wiser? Reflections on the Past and Future of Canada's Public Pension System"

 

2018 Events:

December

 5 Richard Sclove - "Escaping Maya's Palace"

 

November

28 Emilie Dionne - Enjeux éthiques de la recherche en santé a l'ère des mégadonnées.

 

19 Francois Hudon - Freedom, Public Policy, and Health

 

16 André Picard will deliver the 2nd Annual MOHSSR Public Lecture

 

 

What's New

Recruitment for our 2019 Language and Health Student Program is officially open!


Recruitment for our 2019 McBurney Latin America Fellowship Program is open!


 

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