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Future birth options should be discussed sooner after C-section: UBC study
December 8, 2016As a researcher and community-based doula, Sarah Munro knows firsthand the difficult choice women face after having a C-section: whether to deliver their next baby vaginally or by C-section. Read More >


Monika Naus wins Dr. John Waters Memorial Award
December 6, 2016Associate Professor Monika Naus has won the 2016 Dr. John Waters Memorial Award, presented today at the 2016 Canadian Immunization Conference in Ottawa. Read More >


Congratulations to SPPH’s Fall graduates!
November 25, 2016Congratulations to our 57 Fall graduates! Read More >


Michael Brauer, Lawrence Frank named 2016 Highly Cited Researchers
November 24, 2016Professors Michael Brauer and Lawrence Frank have been named 2016 Highly Cited Researchers by Clarivate Analytics, formerly owned by Thompson Reuters. Read More >


Meet Our Staff: Financial assistant Jacqueline Carpio
November 22, 2016Financial assistant Jackie Carpio has always loved numbers - as a girl in Peru, she used to add the six numbers on cars’ license plates. Read More >


Building a case for investing in public health – and how SPPH can help
November 18, 2016CIHR's Institute of Population and Public Health (IPPH) is actively trying to build a business and political case for investing in Population and Public Health - and SPPH can help. Read More >


Unique cancer support program to launch
November 14, 2016A unique prostate cancer support program will be launched this month in Toronto and the Vancouver area, run by Professor Arminée Kazanjian. Read More >


BC SUPPORT Unit launches in SPPH building
November 9, 2016The federal and provincial health ministers unveiled an $80 million investment in health research today, the British Columbia Support Unit for People and Patient-Oriented Research and Trials (BC SUPPORT Unit). The event took place in the School of Population and Public Health's building, with several faculty having ties to the new unit. Read More >


Congratulations to Elizabeth Henry Scholarship winner Matthew Wagstaff
November 8, 2016Congratulations to Elizabeth Henry Scholarship for Communities and Environmental Health winner, and School of Population and Public Health (SPPH) student, Matthew Wagstaff. Read More >


SPPH offers its condolences to the family of Carolyn Bell
November 7, 2016The School of Population and Public Health would like to offer its condolences to the family of Carolyn Bell. Read More >