Translational Research in Indigenous Health: Identifying Critical Paths Forward
Knowledge Translation Canada National Seminar Series
Date(s): March 9, 2017, 12:00-12:45pm (ET)
Presented by: Cheryl Currie
The March session of the Knowledge Translation Canada National Seminar Series will be presented by Dr. Cheryl Currie. Dr. Currie is an Associate Professor of Public Health and the AIHS Translational Chair in Aboriginal Health & Well-being. A social epidemiologist by training, her research explores the upstream determinants of Aboriginal health, strength and resilience in Canada. Dr. Currie works in partnership with urban and rural Aboriginal communities to examine health determinants, and to develop and evaluate interventions that address community-identified health needs for children, youth and adults.
Use examples from a program of research that spans the continuum of translational science to illustrate critical paths forward to further Indigenous health in Canada
This session is offered by WebEx from St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. All registration requests should be sent to Meghan Storey: firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, March 8th at 12:00 PM ET.
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Recordings of each session will be available on the KT Canada website.