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Thank you for making the 10th anniversary a success!

Thank you for making the 10th anniversary a success!

With over 150 attendees, 24 speakers (including three alumni and two students), and 12 student and trainee posters, the event was a well-rounded snapshot of the outstanding work that has come out of our School.

Dr. Gina Ogilvie awarded $10 million from Federal Government for Cervical Cancer Research

Dr. Gina Ogilvie awarded $10 million from Federal Government for Cervical Cancer Research

Research led by SPPH’s Dr. Gina Ogilvie has been given $10 million in funding by the federal government for the continuation of research which would help achieve the goal of eventually eliminating cervical cancer.

SPPH celebrates our 2019 spring graduates

SPPH celebrates our 2019 spring graduates

Congratulations to our 64 graduates from across our SPPH programs.

Federal Government to Invest $81m into SPOR Data Platform

Federal Government to Invest $81m into SPOR Data Platform

The Canadian government has announced an investment of $81 million over seven years into the Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research Canadian Data Platform (SPOR), which is spearheaded by Dr. Kim McGrail from the School of Population and Public Health. 

SPPH Faculty Members Awarded more than $1.3 million in CIHR Project Grants

SPPH Faculty Members Awarded more than $1.3 million in CIHR Project Grants

SPPH Faculty members Nick Bansback, Eugenia Oviedo-Joekes, Amee Manges, Bonnie Henry, Wei Zhang were awarded more than $1.3 million in CIHR project grants.

SPPH Professor Steve Morgan is the recipient of the 2019 Hall Laureate

SPPH Professor Steve Morgan is the recipient of the 2019 Hall Laureate

Congratulations to SPPH Professor Steve Morgan, recipient of the 2019 Hall Laureate Award Recipient  the Justice Emmett Hall .

Director’s Message

Director’s Message

I am honored to join you as of today as the new Director of SPPH. Together we will advance our School to even greater achievements.

Hear from students and alumni in our research and professional graduate programs

Hear from students and alumni in our research and professional graduate programs

Hear their stories and find out why we’re one of the top public health schools in Canada.

People recently released from prison face challenges in accessing medical care

People recently released from prison face challenges in accessing medical care

The findings suggest that discrimination on the basis of imprisonment is a significant barrier for people trying to access physician care upon release.

Some doctors have been hesitant to recommend the HPV vaccine for boys and girls. Photo By: Courtesy photo

SPPH’s Dr. Gina Ogilvie is lead author on paper that finds no association between HPV vaccination and risky sexual behaviours

The study provides an evaluation of population-level changes in sexual behaviours among adolescents before and after implementation of the HPV vaccination program in British Columbia schools.