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Division of Community Health and Humanities

The Division of Community Health & Humanities in the Faculty of Medicine at Memorial University of Newfoundland aims to improve the health of the community through education, research and service that is focused on the prevention of disease and the protection and promotion of health. We invite you to browse through our site to learn more about who we are, the programs we offer, and the services we provide.

 
Community Health in the News
October 17, 2017
The Northern, Rural, and Remote Health 2017 took place in Happy Valley-Goose Bay earlier this month. Co-sponsored by the Faculty of Medicine, the aim of the conference was to promote and strengthen transdisciplinary dialogue on critical issues affecting the health and health care of rural, Northern and Indigenous populations. 
June 2, 2017
A Faculty of Medicine graduate student, Nathan Taylor, has helped launch a Healthy Cities Working Group with a non-profit organization to promote the idea of Health for All in St. John’s.
May 26, 2017
Faculty of Medicine researchers garner $2.8 million in new federal funding.

By Jeff Green and Michelle Osmond
April 10, 2017
Graduate Studies, CBC Radio bring doctoral research to public airwaves
(with files from the Gazette)

Completing a PhD takes years, but some Memorial doctoral students presented their research in just three minutes.
January 9, 2017
The Chinese Ministry of Education recently announced the recipients for the 2016 distinguished overseas Chinese PhD students. Ms. Yun Zhu, a PhD student from the Division of Community Health and Humanities, is on the list of winners. 
 
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