2024 Critical Social Science Perspectives in Global Health Research Workshop
Returning for a fifth year, the Critical Social Science Perspectives in Global Health (CPGH) Research workshop will be held on Friday, March 1.
Participants will learn about the three themes of the Dahdaleh Institute (planetary health, global health and humanitarianism, and global health foresighting), discover new and ongoing research opportunities, gain novel insights on critical social science research in global health, and hear from special guest speakers.
Professor Kate Mulligan (Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto) will deliver the keynote presentation, titled “Won’t you be my neighbour? Remaking relationships in global community health through social prescribing.”
Finally, York faculty and researchers are invited to share a brief five-minute, two-slide presentation on any current or planned research project that takes a critical social science approach to global health at the workshop. Those interested in applying for the 2024 Critical Perspectives in Global Health Seed Grant (valued at up to $7,000 each) are encouraged to give a short presentation to receive valuable feedback to incorporate into their seed grant applications. The registration deadline to present a new research idea is Friday, Feb. 16.
All are welcome to attend this hybrid workshop. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
To register for the 2024 CPGH Workshop, visit the event page.