Leading the way to improve the health of populations

The School of Population and Public Health creates, shares, and applies knowledge to solve problems that affect the health of everyone. For example, our students, faculty, and staff research how to create safe and healthy workplaces and cities, prevent and control the rapid spread of infectious diseases such as Ebola or influenza, understand the health needs of communities such as Indigenous peoples and sexual minorities, and investigate and improve the effectiveness of health systems.

Join us as we change the world by working to help everyone achieve their best possible health.

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Find out why we’re one of the top public health schools in Canada, and what we have to offer prospective students

Find out how our research helps communities and policy makers make informed choices about their health
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