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November 22, 2019

Master of Public Health Student-Led Conference

The McMaster Public Health Student-Led Conference (MPHSLC) is an annual conference held by students in the Masters of Public Health graduate program. The conference is an opportunity for students in the department of health, research methods, evidence, and impact to showcase their research, network with public health professionals, and acquire new skills and knowledge through breakout sessions and presentations.

Event Details

Date & Time:

November 22, 2019
10:00 am to 3:30 pm

Event Contact:

MPHSLC Planning team

Health, Evidence and Impact Department

Public health practice in the 21st century is in a state of significant flux. As such, the theme for this year's conference is "Facing The Future: What's Next For Public Health?"

Its aim is to provide students, professionals, academics, community organizations, and policymakers with a space to come together to critically discuss developments in the field of public health, as well as emerging public health issues. Specifically, it places emphasis on topics such as environmental health, the uprising of gun violence in Canada, the mental health of youth, health system changes, and artificial intelligence. 

Call for abstracts

Abstract submissions for poster presentations are open until October 18, 2019. To submit an abstract, visit the Master of Public Health Student-Led Conference website. Selected applicants will be notified by October 30.