Upcoming Event

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Richard Wilkinson

 

Courtney Howard

 

Max Fineday

 

Richard Wilkinson

Wilkinson is Professor Emeritus of Social Epidemiology at the University of Nottingham, social epidemiologist and author. In The Spirit Level, he sets out to prove that, among developed countries, societies that are more equal are healthier than societies with greater disparities in the distribution of wealth. 

 

 

Courtney Howard

Howard has worked in emergency rooms all over Canada and abroad. Currently an emergency physician in Yellowknife, Dr. Howard is the lead of Climate-Health for the Board of the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE). 

 

 

 

Max Fineday

Fineday, known for his work on youth leadership development and reconciliation in Canada is the Co-Executive Director of Canadian Roots Exchange. Fineday served previously as Advisor and Intergovernmental Relations Coordinator with the National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations.

 

 Dennis Raphael

Dennis Raphael

Raphael is a Professor of Health Policy and Management at York University in Toronto. He is  a prolific author on the social determinants of health, with over 250 publications on the subject including the widely cited book Social Determinants of Health: Canadian Perspectives, now in its 3rd Edition.

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Tickets to the event available HERE.


Early bird ticket sale ends February 13th.

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  • commented 2016-07-04 14:38:58 -0600
    Great event, congratulations to all speakers in special to Dr. Danyaal Raza!
    (http://fatordiabetes.com/tratamento/diabetes-solution/)
  • commented 2016-04-21 14:51:51 -0600
    Videos of each speaker are being uploaded to Upstream’s youtube channel here: youtube.com/channel/UCDHGb0CkvqazreMMB42buKA
  • commented 2016-04-06 16:30:27 -0600
    Enjoyed the live-streaming of this event. Is there a link on your website we can share with friends / colleagues we want to recommend see it after the fact? Also, can you please post the link to the Health Equity Action Lens (HEAL) distributed at the event? Was this an executive summary of something more detailed yet to come? Cheers, ks