Please join us on November 17 at 2pm for the next MIHE Health Equity seminar, featuring Dr. Pat O’CampoDetails
MIHE Seminar Series: Challenging Systemic Racism for Health Equity in Hamilton: Mobilizing Solidarities for Action
The next session of the MIHE Seminar series presents Dr. Ameil Joseph, who will discuss recent work in Hamilton by community advocates, academics and health leaders to address the impact of COVID-19 on Black and racialized groups.
February 16, 2022 | 2:00 PM – 3:00 PMDetails
MIHE Seminar Series: Public Housing ‘Revitalization’ in Toronto’s Regent Park: Effects on Health, Child and Social Outcomes
The next session of the MIHE Seminar series presents Dr. Jim Dunn, who will discuss a long-term, longitudinal study to examine the health & social impacts of the redevelopment of Toronto’s Regent Park public housing development into a “socially-mixed” community.
March 16, 2022 | 2:00 PM – 3:00 PMDetails
Members of the McMaster Public Health Student-led Conference Planning Committee (MPHSLC) have diligently been organizing the second annual MPHLSC Conference, an event hosted by students in the Master of Public Health (MPH) graduate program at McMaster University.Details
We are pleased to announce the creation of the McMaster Institute for Health Equity (MIHE), effective July 1, 2019. MIHE will serve as a platform for interdisciplinary research and knowledge mobilization, bringing together researchers across faculties to build capacity and have a greater impact in improving health equity.Details
The McMaster Institute for Health Equity presents a first look at the findings of the McMaster Basic Income Project. This event features the Hon. Hugh Segal, one of Canada’s foremost advocates for a basic income, as a special guest speaker.Details
On September 16, Professor Martin Bobak will speak about health equity and aging in societies undergoing rapid social change in the context of a large population-based cohort study he has established.Details
In this talk, Dr. Young will discuss how our community of residence influences these experiences.Details
Register for our panel & discussion on December 3, 2020 entitled “Data & Sovereignty: Resisting Colonial Logics For Racial Justice”.Details