From: Lars Hallstrom and Lynn Patterson
Subject: Conference on International Health
* Mark your calendars!
Global Change and Health: Who are the Vulnerable?
14th Canadian Conference on International Health (CCIH) November 4-7, 2007 Ottawa, Canada. See the following link: http://www.ccghr.ca/default.cfm?content=ccih_2007?=e&subnav=news .
The call for abstracts is available at www.csih.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline is May 30th, 2007.
From: Lars Hallstrom and Lynn Patterson
For your reference from the ICGH Meeting in Nova Scotia, we have the following websites:
* COADY International Institute: http://www.coady.stfx.ca/
* National Collabroating Center - Determinants of Health [NCC-DH]: www.nccdh.stfx.ca
* World Health Organization-Western Pacific Region: http://www.wpro.who.int/
Innovative Small Grants Program
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Before we will consider a grant proposal for funding, we need to receive a one-page “letter of intent” which describes the project that you will be proposing. It need not be in great detail, but it should indicate the “innovative” nature of your work. (Please see the definition of “innovative” below.) Please send it by e-mail, FAX or regular mail before the specified deadline for the letter of intent in the information below. After reviewing it, we will notify you as to whether we will accept a full proposal. Child Health Foundation wishes to receive proposals from interested health workers, investigators, or community organizations for innovative research or innovative service projects directed at improving the health of infants and young children. Proposals may be submitted by individuals or groups. Areas of priority include: development of biomedical and social technologies; and adaptation and implementation of technologies in local situations that may have widespread applications. Projects that involve only general medical care of children but without innovative aspects will not be considered. To see a summary of projects CHF has funded, click here The projects should be for no more than one year and should be able to document measurable results. The projects may address child health issues in a developing country or in the United States. Budgets should not exceed US$5,00O. The projects will be reviewed by the Program Committee of the Child Health Foundation. Outside reviewers will be used if necessary. The number of projects approved depends on the amount of funding available.
Notes for your remote log in to the planning meetings this week in Nova Scotia.
Attached please find the Agenda for the meeting hosted by St. Francis Xavier University next week in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
More news and notes will follow.
Lars Hallstrom, of St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia [Canada], will be hosting the next ICGH Planning Meeting March 21-22, 2007.
For more details, please contact Lars Hallstrom [email@example.com] or Ed Clausen [firstname.lastname@example.org] or 716-839-8227. Thank you.
Giovanni Deodato has sent us a copy of the English version of the Silk Homes brochure for our reference.
I think many of you may get some use out of this video.
Hans Rosling’s Talk at TED
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2670820702819322251; . ..a brilliant example of data visualisation.
; . ..a brilliant example of data visualisation.You can go look directly at the data I believe if you go here: www.gapminder.org
From: Ed Clausen
Below you will find a link to a recent article by Laurie Garrett in the publication “Foreign Affairs”. This publication just came out on the newstands and it is quite a timely and valuable read for our group effort.
I’ve also posted this link under our “Reference Links” area. Thank you!
Hello ICGH - A new “tool” for your use:We have set up a “List Serve Email Discussion Group” : email@example.com
You may conveniently use this email address to send immediate messages to the entire ICGH membership. Additional names may be added as the need arises. Also, as a reminder, when using the “list serve” email, your message AND responses go to EVERYONE on the list. As always, please continue posting to our BLOG -http://blogger.daemen.edu/globalhealth. Thank you!