All PGME Incoming and Current Residents and Fellows are invited to register for the 10th Annual Postgraduate Medical Education Global Health Day on Reflections on the Future of Global Health

  • Wednesday, May 24, 2023
  • 1:30pm-6:30pm via Zoom. (Link details to be shared.)
  • Registration is complimentary but required from this link.
  • Please register for all or part of the day as your schedule allows.
  • Full program from this link.

Welcome by Dr. Meredith Giuliani
Associate Dean, Postgraduate MedicalEducation Radiation Oncologist and
Director of Education, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network

Keynote by Mr. Joseph Belliveau, Executive Director

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières – Canada
“Global Health and the Future of Humanitarianism”

Roundtables on the Future of Global Health
Antimicrobial Resistance
Health Law and Policy
Refugee Health
Clinical Surgery

Recognition of the 2023 PGME Global Health Education Initiative Graduates

Learning Objectives

  • develop a deeper understanding of motivations and processes for effective global health activism
  • develop deeper understanding of impact of global health on global economics, communities and societies
  • encourage participation and engagement in advancing global health
  • create a forum for peer to peer discussion, to share global health concerns, education under the lens of the Reflections on the Future of Global Health
  • identify inequities and find strategies to enhance the the future of global health
    encourage further practice, research and scholarly work on global health

The University of Toronto and the Toronto community represents extraordinary leadership in global health education, research service and advocacy across disciplines, locally, nationally and internationally. This Global Health Day program showcases many of these leaders and celebrates the accomplishments of our PGME Global Health Education Initiative 2023 graduates.

We look forward to learning with you…..
2023 PGME Global Health Day Resident Planning Committee

  • Dr. Ellen Avery, Clinical Microbiology Fellow
  • Dr. Karlijn Cornel, Gynaecologic Oncology
  • Dr. Mimi Deng, Cardiac Surgery PGY2
  • Dr. Angela Dong, Internal Medicine PGY1
  • Dr. Chioma Okechukwu Pediatric Fellow
  • Dr. Rafael Dib Possiedi, Plastic Surgery Fellow
  • Dr. Barry Pakes and Judy Kopelow from PGME Global Health