Monthly Newsletter and Weekly Radar Enhancements

We have made some technical, design, and formatting updates to our Weekly Radar and Monthly Newsletter configurations. These improvements include: better image rendering on mobile devices, typography tweaks, your personal CRHESI profile, and, most importantly, a super easy tool for CRHESI members to add content to these emails.

Recently publish an article? Hosting an upcoming event? Deliver a workshop or keynote? Notice an important and relevant news item? Looking for collaborators on new project?

… Enter your update or information in this form for distribution across all CRHESI communication channels. (Of course, if you would prefer to simply email us instead, updates can still be forwarded or directed to, as always.)

As the CRHESI ecosystem of community practitioners, academic researchers, students, and engaged citizens continues to grow, these improvements are intended to help us support one another and ‘stay in the loop’ even more effectively. Towards this end, please do not hesitate to let us know if you have any input or suggestions.

Canaries in a Coal Mine – Training the Next Generation of Global Health Professionals

Dr. Phaedra Henley, Director of One Health at the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) in Rwanda, presented the keynote address at Western University’s Power & Global Health Community Event on November 14, 2018. Dr. Henley’s presentation was titled, Canaries in a Coal Mine – Training the Next Generation of Global Health Professionals. The audio/podcast of the talk is available for streaming below.


Community Update & Reception

On Thursday, November 8, CRHESI hosted its second annual Community Update & Reception event. The event featured 10 project update ‘lightning talks’ from researchers, collaborators, and practitioners, highlighting a selection of various initiatives throughout the CRHESI ecosystem. Videos of these presentations will be made available shortly. (Watch this space for more details.)

Steve Goodine was also recognized upon the completion of his term as CRHESI’s Community Co-Director on behalf of the London InterCommunity Health Centre. We will miss working with Steve and we are immensely thankful for the support, direction, and leadership he has provided over the past three years. Thanks Steve!