You’re cordially invited…
To the book launch of Under-Served: Health Determinants of Indigenous, Inner-City, and Migrant Populations in Canada**, edited by leadings scholars Akshaya Neil Arya and Thomas Piggott.
Please join co-editor Akshaya Neil Arya and contributors Bonnie M. Freeman, Joe Mancini, Shpresa Aliu-Berisha, and Janet McLaughline as they discuss their perspectives on the historical, political, and social factors that influence the health and health care of Indigenous, inner-city, and migrant populations in Canada.
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About the Editors:
Akshaya Neil Arya is an Assistant Clinical Professor in Family Medicine at McMaster University and Adjunct Professor in Environment and Resource Studies at the University of Waterloo.
Thomas Piggott is a family doctor and is finishing his training in public health and preventive medicine at McMaster University. He completed his Masters in Public Health Economics at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and is focused on health evidence, equity, and economics in primary care and public health. He is the founder of Global Health Sim, a Canadian non-profit focused on innovative education through simulation.
List of Contributors:
Aaron Orkin, Abe Oudshoorn, Alex M. McComber, Alexander Caudarella, Andrea Evans, Andrea Hunter, Angela Di Nello, Ann C. Macaulay, Anna Banerji, Anne Andermann, Barry Lavallée, Biljana Vasilevska, Bonnie M. Freeman, Christopher Holcroft, Dale Guenter, David Butler-Jones, Dennis Raphael, Erin Bryce, Gary Bloch, Gwen K. Healey, Hanna Gros, Jacqueline Gahagan, James R. Dunn, Janet McLaughlin, Jessica Reid, Joe Mancini, Jon Salsberg, Karen Hill, Kelly Anderson, Kevin Pottie, Lesley Cooper, Martin Cooke, Meb Rashid, Michaela Hynie, Michelle Tew, Mona Negoita, Nathan Lachowsky, Neil Andersson, Ngan Pham, Patricia Gabriel, Paul Tomascik, Philip Berger, Piotr Wilk, Richard Hovey, Ritika Goel, Ryan Meili, S. Luckett-Gatopoulos, Sharon Koivu, Shpresa Aliu-Berisha, Soultana Macridis, Thomas Dignan, Treena Delormier, Vanessa Redditt
**Books will be available for purchase with a special promotional discount of 20% at the event
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