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.


2018 Upcoming Events

November

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

 

October 

19 Workshop on Relational Autonomy in Fiction - David Collins (McGill University), Rebekah Johnston (Wilfrid Laurier University), Sam Shpall (The University of Sydney), Natalie Stoljar (McGill University) & Andrea Westlund (Florida State University)

 

18 Anti-Doping Panel : Evidence to Policy

 

2 IHSP LAUNCH & Inaugural Seminar - Dr. Peter D. Donelly Science, Policy and Politics

 

 

September

27 Anat Rosenthal 'Ending Aids? Ethnographic Snapshots of Rhetoric and Reality'

6 & 7,  HCALM Annual International Research Conference - All-day off-site conference, more details to come.

 

 

June 

28- July 11, 2018 The PROSPERED Summer Workshops 

 

 

June

18Urban Food Policy and Systems: From Research to Practice - Off site conference

 

April

26 & 27 - Legalizing Marijuana in Canada: Policy Challenges - All-day off-site conference.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Institute for Health and Social Policy (IHSP) | Charles Meredith House | Room 101| 1130 Pine Avenue West, Montreal, Quebec H3A 1A3

 

WHAT'S NEW

04/06: The Prognosis, our student led Global Health journal, is hot off the press! Read it here

 

04/05: Our new policy brief is up! Explore the ins and outs of marijuana legalization in Canada

 

03/31: Virtual Diploma in Primary Health Care Management, starting in May (taught in Spanish) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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