Our Global Health Mini Masters is a collaboration between
University of Toronto Schools (UTS), Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) Master of Teaching (MT) program and University of Toronto Postgraduate Medical Education Global Health Education Initiative (GHEI).
First launched in Summer 2016, our Annual Global Health Mini-Masters offers a specially designed curriculum for middle and high school level students who want to understand critical health challenges facing our world's people and environment.
Our camp is for students who want to learn and think about how they can contribute to making our world a better place!
Our camp speakers will include health care practitioners, research scientists and advocates, who in addition to their training and work in Toronto and Canada have experience across the world.
Our camp will include information plus case-studies with real social, economic, political, legal, ethical and health problems faced by world populations for campers to think about solving and in so doing becoming an agent for change, an advocate and global citizen!
Our camp is a collaboration between University of Toronto Schools (UTS), University of Toronto, Master of Teaching (MT) program and the Global Health Education Initiative (GHEI) led by Postgraduate Medical Education at University of Toronto.
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Campers will be taking on the role of global health specialists to address challenges impacting vulnerable populations across the globe related to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Campers will hear from experts in order to develop their own recommendations and solutions to this year's challenge: Ensuring Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are central to efforts aimed at enhancing the health and wellbeing for our world's most vulnerable men, women and children.
This year's Global Health Mini-Masters takes place from Monday, July 22 to Friday, July 26.
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All lectures, sessions, activities and day to day events, will be led by Global Health Mini-Masters team from University of Toronto Schools, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and Postgraduate Medical Education at Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto.