PHIRN: Population Health Improvement Research Network

PHIRN Awards 6 Doctoral Awards

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HappyThank you to all students who applied to PHIRN’s Second Annual Doctoral Award competition. The following are this year’s award recipients. Congratulations!

  1. Sarah Wiebe (University of Ottawa), examining how on‐reserve environmental health policies operate in a public policy vacuum
  2. Paola Calvasina (University of Toronto), assessing transitions of oral health status, access to dental care and dental utilization of Latin American immigrants to Canada
  3. Michelle Firestone (McMasterUniversity), studying the health priorities of diverse urban Aboriginal populations in Ontario
  4. Joanne Crawford (University of Toronto), researching colorectal cancer screening attitudes and beliefs of South Asian immigrants in Ontario.
  5. Robyn Plunkett (University of WesternOntario), studying churches and health promotion for rural women in Ontario
  6. Stephanie Montesanti (McMasterUniversity), exploring Community participation in local health system decision-making
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 14 February 2012 15:06 )  

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