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International Women and Children's Health Conference 2019

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David Braley Health Sciences Centre, McMaster University

100 Main Street West

Hamilton, ON L8P 1H6

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The International Women’s and Children’s Health Conference is an annual one-day conference designed for students, faculty, and community members who are passionate about exploring the many facets of women’s and children’s health. Founded in 1998 by Dr. Jean Chamberlain and Dr. Lynda Redwood, the IWCH conference continues to provide a valuable opportunity for attendees to engage with the conference theme through the lens of medicine, social work, research and philanthropy, law, and more. This year, our conference theme is Ideas to Action: Advocating for Women and Children’s Health.

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Seminar speakers will include child and youth advocate Irwin Elman, Toronto District School Board Trustee and social justice advocate Susan Gapka, Director of the Child Assessment and Advocacy program Dr. Annie Niec and global health advocate Danielle Denwood.

Workshop Themes include Supporting Safer Spaces, Women's Homelessness and Immigrant Women's Struggles.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided!

This is an IPE accredited event endorsed by PIPER: Program for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research.

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If you are interested in presenting your research at the conference, please submit your abstract by Friday November 1st before 11:59pm by using the following link, which includes more information on the conference and submission process:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeT-qq8Cxvi-nMgAfBL8yhBWzettXsq7MkcbJstRiSXDHBtyA/viewform?usp=sf_link



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David Braley Health Sciences Centre, McMaster University

100 Main Street West

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