Living In Emergency: MSF Film Screening at the VIFC
Hey Terry crew! Check out this screening of Living in Emergency, a film about the medical NGO, Médecins Sans Frontières. (Film Trailer) I saw this film…Read article
Think. Speak. Inspire. Global Health Essay Competition.
Another cool event to check out! Plus the chance to get published and win money. Via Friends of MSF UBC and GOSA. Think. Speak. Inspire. Global…Read article
Think Positive: World AIDS Week at UBC
What do you think of when you think of HIV and AIDS? To be honest, I do not jump to Africa or Southeast Asia. Not because…Read article
Appetite for Public and Global Health? Check Out the Lunchtime Journal Club!
I always get a little excited at the beginning of a new school year (even if I’m also getting itchy graduation feet this time around….). So…Read article
A Life Worth Living: considering the limits of science in medicine and life
Horatio: O day and night, but this is wondrous strange! Hamlet: And therefore as a stranger give it welcome. There are more things in heaven and…Read article
Super Mario Meets Macrophage?
I’ve been finding a lot of interesting stuff in the lunch room magazine stack recently. Today someone left out a copy of the April 16 issue…Read article
Rally to Save the DTES Health Contact Centre-THIS AFTERNOON!
I realize that this is extremely short notice, but I heard from a volunteer coordinator I know who works closely with members of the DTES community…Read article
Is the DTES trendy?
I saw something today that peaked my interest. While waiting in line for brunch this morning, I noticed a man ahead of me wearing a very…Read article
Grade inflation in American universities (via the NY Times) : Interesting. Thoughts?Read article
St. Matthew’s Island
By Sarah Andersen,
Working in a microbiology lab, I’ve seen my fair share of bacterial growth curves. They all follow the same pattern: a lag phase or period of…Read article