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SPPH Welcomes New Director Dr. Aslam Anis

SPPH Welcomes New Director Dr. Aslam Anis

SPPH welcomes Dr. Aslam Anis to his new role as Director of the School, where he has been a vital member of the community since 1995.

SPPH Celebrates Our Community on International Women’s Day

SPPH Celebrates Our Community on International Women’s Day

SPPH Celebrates our community on International Women’s Day on March 8, 2021.

Readying the leaders of tomorrow for health system transformation

Readying the leaders of tomorrow for health system transformation

One of Dr. David Hsu’s fondest memories from graduate school at UBC is discussing current health policy issues with fellow students and senior managers in British Columbia’s health care system at the home of his professor and mentor, Dr. Anne Crichton (1920-2007). “Dr. Crichton helped her students become better analytic thinkers,” says Dr. Hsu, BSc’74, […]

Health data, privacy, and how the field of public health ethics can guide improved COVID-19 policy

Health data, privacy, and how the field of public health ethics can guide improved COVID-19 policy

  As jurisdictions around the globe struggle to control the spread of COVID-19, challenges have emerged collecting data on where and how the virus is spreading and managing how that data is used. For Dr. Anita Ho, a bioethicist at the University of British Columbia’s School of Population and Public Health (SPPH) and Recover and […]

‘In Plain Sight’ Report: Systemic Racism in B.C. Healthcare

‘In Plain Sight’ Report: Systemic Racism in B.C. Healthcare

As a School and community, we must work to address the systemic racism affecting Indigenous peoples and other racialized groups within our institutions, health care, and society to build a future with better health for all.

Congratulations to Dr. Kim Schonert-Reichl

Congratulations to Dr. Kim Schonert-Reichl

The School of Population and Public Health would like to congratulate Dr. Kim Schonert-Reichl, one of North America’s top applied developmental psychologists and a renowned expert in the area of social and emotional learning, or SEL, for her new appointment as the next NoVo Foundation Endowed Chair of Social and Emotional Learning at the University […]

Collaborating Centre for Prison Health and Education’s Shifting Focus Exhibit

Collaborating Centre for Prison Health and Education’s Shifting Focus Exhibit

The photo exhibit features men who have experienced incarceration, challenging the stigma associated with trauma, incarceration, and substance use.

BC Covid 19 Symposium

BC Covid 19 Symposium

While British Columbia’s public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in better public health outcomes than in many jurisdictions, the long-term psychological, socio-economic, and health impacts remain unknown. In September 2020, over 80 BC researchers, administrators, funders, and patient representatives came together to organize a virtual COVID-19 Symposium to raise awareness of the […]

Shared Approaches to Indigenous Health Services Research

Shared Approaches to Indigenous Health Services Research

Shared Approaches to Indigenous Health Services Research

Join us for our online information sessions to learn more about SPPH graduate programs.

Graduate Program Information Sessions

Join us on our next online information session to learn more about the SPPH graduate programs. Next info session: Wednesday, December 9 and Friday, December 11