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Assessing How Health Inequities and Racism Affect Access to Care and Health Outcomes

You are invited to Dr. Marie Paul Nisingizwe’s presentation on January 24, 2024. This is a formal presentation to the students, faculty, and staff highlighting expertise and qualifications. Dr. Nisingizwe is one of the applicants for CRC Tier 2 candidate in anti-racism.

Presentation: Assessing how health inequities and racism affect access to care and health outcomes

Date & Time:
12:00pm-1:00pm PT, Wednesday, January 24, 2024

B151, School of Population and Public Health, 2206 East Mall, Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z3
If attending on Zoom, please see below for the meeting link and details.

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Meeting ID: 666 5723 6220
Passcode: 668154

About the presenter

Dr. Marie Paul Nisingizwe is a health services and policy researcher with ten years of experience in health systems research, global health, and quantitative methods. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow at UBC and a consultant at the World Bank. She also serves as an academic editor for PLOS ONE. Her research focuses on global health system inequities, including access to health services and outcomes for underprivileged communities. Before completing her PhD at UBC, Dr. Nisingizwe worked with international organizations, including the JSI Research and Training Institute, where she mentored twenty authors from Niger, Ghana, and the Kyrgyz Republic. She has also worked for Partners In Health and the Clinton Health Access Initiative. In these roles, she evaluated health system-strengthening interventions aimed at improving health outcomes for vulnerable populations in Africa. She is the recipient of the Harvard School of Public Health McGoldrick Fellowship and a World Bank Africa Fellowship.

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