[SCHOLARSHIPS]: EcoHealth 2018

Apply for a Scholarship to Attend EcoHealth 2018

EcoHealth 2018 Conference Organizing Committee is firmly committed to support participants from Low, middle lower income and Latin America countries; therefore, applicants from these countries are welcome to apply for a scholarship to attend EcoHealth 2018 in Cali, Colombia. The scholarship will cover registration fees, airfare, or/and accommodation.

Qualification for Application

  1. Applicants who are presenters and have their abstract accepted.
  2. Applicants resident in low-income, lower-middle-income, Latin America and the Caribbean countries, as defined by the World Bank for the year 2017.

Financial Assistance
Scholarship applicants with abstract accepted will be able to obtain a partial or full scholarship:

  • Registration fee for the conference (include access to all sessions) or
  • Travel (paid airfare at the lowest fare available, from the nearest international airport) or
  • Accommodation (for the days of the conference and the pre-conference workshops)

A partial scholarship includes any combination of the above. Priority to full scholarship will be given to participants from resource-limited settings, young researchers, minority representatives, and those whose participation will help enhance work in their communities.

Application
To apply for a scholarship send us an email to ecohealth@ecohealth2018.cowith the subject “Application for scholarship”, with the following information:
Name:
Abstracts ID:
Describe the expected benefits from attending Ecohealth 2018.

Deadline: 30 April 2018

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[CONFERENCE]: Blue Cities 2018

CWN invites you to share your ideas, experience and knowledge about smarter water management at our upcoming Blue Cities conference, May 1-2 in Toronto.

Posters from utilities, universities, consultants, government, NGOs and industry are welcome.

Submit a 1-page poster abstract by February 28th. 

Poster guidelines available here. 

[WEBINAR]: Market Failures and Their Environmental Consequences

EcoHealth Alliance Webinar Series

Market Failures and Their Environmental Consequences

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 12:00pm EST 

Presented by Dr. Yasha Feferholtz, EcoHealth Alliance
Most of the time, economic markets are beneficial to society, allowing people to exchange goods and services, creating value for everyone. During the last century, markets and economic development have also allowed most people around the globe to improve their livelihoods. However, from pollution to pandemics, there has never been a moment in history with more environmental concerns than today. Markets are not always beneficial for us and the environment, and many times markets – and their absence – make us worse off. Sometimes it is people’s actions through markets that fail to provide the highest welfare to societies, while other times, markets do not exist for some of the most important services that nature provides us, like clean air. This webinar will explore how the field of economics addresses some environmental issues such as market failures, how to think about these issues in economic terms, and the solutions the field of environmental economics proposes in order to solve these. The webinar will show how human, animal, and environmental health are all interconnected and how market failures have consequences on the them.

[COURSE]: Hybrid, multi-site course on ecosystem approaches to health–May 2018

***Le français suit***

Hybrid, multi-site course on ecosystem approaches to health–May 2018
Are you preoccupied by complex issues influencing the health of ecosystems, communities, humans and/or animals?

Discover innovative and dynamic approaches for better understanding the multiple factors which influence health – ecosystem approaches to health – with an experienced, pan-Canadian team. During this intensive course<https://copeh-canada.us17.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ac071f8ceff6bd45c4e665bb6&id=295c45e8b6&e=d563f57759>, you will learn methods for carrying out research and interventions on issues at the confluence of health, the environment and society.

This part online, part face-to-face graduate level course on ecosystem approaches to health<https://copeh-canada.us17.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ac071f8ceff6bd45c4e665bb6&id=9a4c858b46&e=d563f57759> is being offered at three sites in May 2018: Montréal (UQAM), Guelph (University of Guelph), and Prince George (University of Northern British Columbia). Eight 90-minute sessions will be conducted as simultaneous webinars across the three sites and the rest of the time will be locally run sessions, including field trips. We offer a rigorous, hands-on pedagogical approach.

This course is available to graduate students from all disciplines and also to professionals interested in these themes. It is possible to register for the full course for credit at one of the participating universities or to follow the webinars only, on-line (a certificate of completion is provided).

For more information (including a tentative list of webinar topics) check out our website<https://copeh-canada.us17.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ac071f8ceff6bd45c4e665bb6&id=92a92df702&e=d563f57759>. For those interested in taking the course or following the webinar series, please contact us at copeh-can@uqam.ca<mailto:copeh-can@uqam.ca>.

***Feel free to share this announcement widely***

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Formation hybride et multi-sites sur
les approches écosystémiques de la santé –mai 2018

Les enjeux complexes qui influencent la santé des écosystèmes, des communautés, des humains ou des animaux vous préoccupent ?

Venez découvrir des approches innovatrices et dynamiques pour mieux comprendre les multiples facteurs qui influencent la santé : les approches écosystémiques de la santé – avec une équipe pancanadienne expérimentée. Durant cette formation intensive<https://copeh-canada.us17.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ac071f8ceff6bd45c4e665bb6&id=6e7d87c260&e=d563f57759>, vous aurez l’occasion d’apprendre des méthodes pour mettre en oeuvre des recherches et des interventions portant sur des problématiques actuelles au confluent de la santé, de l’environnement et de la société.

Ce cours hybride<https://copeh-canada.us17.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ac071f8ceff6bd45c4e665bb6&id=190e33835d&e=d563f57759> (en présence et en ligne) se déroulera simultanément dans trois sites en mai 2018 : Montréal (UQAM), Guelph (University of Guelph), et Prince George (University of Northern British Columbia). Pour ceux et celles qui suivront le cours au Québec, les séances en présence (incluant des sorties de terrain) aura lieu en français, et les 8 webinaires de 90 minutes auront lieu en ligne avec les étudiantes et étudiants des trois universités, la langue principale utilisée pour ces webinaires sera l’anglais (vous aurez la possibilité de participer en français en utilisant la fonction « clavardage »). Nous vous proposons une pédagogie rigoureuse et riche en activités.

Ce cours est offert aux étudiants et étudiants des cycles supérieurs de toutes les disciplines de même qu’aux professionnelles et professionnels intéressés par ces thématiques. Il est possible de s’inscrire pour le cours complet dans une des trois universités ou de suivre uniquement les webinaires en-ligne (dans ce cas un certificat de participation sera fourni).

Pour plus d’information (incluant une liste des sujets provisoires des webinaires) conslutez notre site web<https://copeh-canada.us17.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ac071f8ceff6bd45c4e665bb6&id=bc284dedc9&e=d563f57759>. Si le cours ou la série de 8 webinaires vous intéresse, contactez-nous à copeh-can@uqam.ca<mailto:copeh-can@uqam.ca>.

***N’hésitez pas à transmettre cet avis à toute autre personne qui serait intéressée à assister à la formation***

[WEBALOGUE]: Indigenous Health and Research

Join us on Wednesday Feb 21st from 12:30-2:00pm PDT

Our topic will be: Indigenous Health and Research

In this Webalogue Dr. Travis Holyk will explore the topic of hot button issues in his communities and the community view of research. This will be followed up by Dr. Henry Harder a registered psychologist who has been in the field of mental health, rehabilitation and disability management for over 30 years. Dr. harder will be addressing the topics of research  and mental wellness as it pertains to indigenous health.

Our contributors will be:

*   Presenters:

-Dr. Henry Harder, Dr. Donald B. Rix BC Leadership Chair, Aboriginal Environmental Health, Professor, School of Health Sciences, University of Northern British Columbia

-Dr. Travis Holyk, Carrier Sekani Family Services Executive Director, Research, Primary Care and Strategic Services, Adjunct Professor in First Nations Studies at UNBC

*   Moderator: Shayna Dolan, University of Northern British Columbia

You can REGISTER for this webalogue by clicking HERE
For more information on this event, past and future webalogues please visit: http://ecohealthkta.net/

[WEBINAR]: Canadian Water Network– Community engagement in a federal study of the Ottawa River watershed

Community engagement in a federal study of the Ottawa River watershed

with Marina Steffensen and Oliver Dumville
Water Policy, Environment and Climate Change Canada

Thursday, March 8 at 12:00 p.m. (EST)

Marina and Oliver will discuss a federal watershed study of the Ottawa River watershed and its unique process of engagement, the scope of which includes a map-based digital platform, consultations with Indigenous communities, and broad engagement of other diverse groups.

The study is examining the natural, cultural, heritage and economic values associated with the watershed, important indicators for assessing the health of the watershed and the potential creation of a watershed council.

Learn how to participate in the study and take away some innovative ideas on developing meaningful community watershed connections.

Register here.

[FINAL CALL FOR ABSTRACTS]: One Health 2018

A reminder that abstracts for posters and presentations on One Health science and antimicrobial resistance must be submitted by the end of Thursday 15 February 2018. If your abstract is ready for submission, simply head to our submission page and submit your abstract. If you’re uncertain on how to submit, click here for instructions.
The same deadline applies for presentation proposals for the Science Policy Interface programme, which is designed to foster the urgently needed dialogue between the scientific and policy-making communities. Download the proposal submission form or check the presentation proposal guidelines.

Looking forward to meeting you in Saskatoon!

[PhD POSITION]: Faculté de médecine vétérinaire, Université de Montréal

PhD on the following subject:

Prioritizations of measures to reduce risks and enhance human health benefits at the human-dog interface in northern Canada

At the Faculté de médecine vétérinaire, Université de Montréal, Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada

Direction: Cécile Aenishaeslin and André Ravel, epidemiology, Facutly of veterinary medicine, Université de Montréal

POSTING: Annonce_PhD_Dog related issues Northern Canada_20180206

[JOB]: Epidemiologist, Ottawa

Jobs available in Ottawa, ON.
Epidemiologist (Closes Feb 16)
English: https://emploisfp-psjobs.cfp-psc.gc.ca/psrs-srfp/applicant/page1800?poster=1102921 
French:  https://emploisfp-psjobs.cfp-psc.gc.ca/psrs-srfp/applicant/page1800?poster=1102921&toggleLanguage=fr

 

Health Canada – Healthy Environments and Consumer Safety Branch – Environmental Health Science and Research Bureau
Ottawa (Ontario)
EC-05
$81,858 to $94,219

For further information on the organization, please visit Health Canada

Closing date: 16 February 2018 – 23:59, Pacific Time

Who can apply: Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad.

[CALL FOR PAPERS]: Paterson Review of International Affairs (PRIA) for Graduate Students

The Paterson Review of International Affairs (PRIA) is a scholarly journal exclusively showcasing the work of graduate students in the field of international affairs. Managed by students from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, PRIA is dedicated to publishing exceptional articles on a wide range of emerging issues in the theory and practice of international affairs.

PRIA is currently accepting submissions for Volume 18 (2018). Submissions should concern contemporary policy issues and include specific policy recommendations. All submissions are evaluated on the basis of originality, policy relevance, methodological rigour, and depth. Our focus areas include:

 

National and international security

Conflict analysis and resolution

Intelligence

International economics

International development

Global governance

 

For selected past volumes of PRIA, please visit: http://www.iaffairscanada.com/paterson-review-archives

 

Please ensure that submissions meet the following criteria:

1.    Papers should be no more than 6000 words in length, including endnotes and bibliography

2.    Must include a 100 – 200 word abstract and 5 – 6 keywords

3.    Author information (e-mail, affiliation) should appear on the cover page

4.    Papers submitted should not be under consideration for publication in another journal

5.    Please format all papers according to the template provided through this link below:

            http://authorservices.taylorandfrancis.com/formatting-and-templates/

For further questions, do not hesitate to contact us at    patersonreview@gmail.com

 

SUBMISSION DEADLINE:

February 28th, 2018

EMAIL SUBMISSION TO:

patersonreview@gmail.com