Communities that inspire

For Dr. Veronica McKinney, health is much more than just delivery of services.

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After the Humboldt crash: Truck driver health and training must be a priority

The horrific crash involving a transport truck and the bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team on April 6, 2018, has focused a lot of attention on a risky profession.

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U of S experts weigh in on cannabis legalization

As Canada prepares to become one of the few countries in the world to legalize recreational cannabis use, the question remains: Are we ready?

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Balancing technical and cultural risk through co-design

An interdisciplinary research team says that planning of water services and infrastructure on Indigenous lands requires a collaborative approach.

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A clean future

Diane Adams hopes participating in a national fellowship to create clean energy strategies for Canada will help put an end to ‘energy poverty’ in Indigenous, rural and remote commu...

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U of S names new School of Public Health Executive Director

The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has hired Dr. Steven Jones, an internationally renowned health management expert, to lead the School of Public Health (SPH).

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SPH researcher profile - Alexander Crizzle

Dr. Alexander Crizzle is a Gerontologist and Assistant Professor in the School of Public Health.

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Master's degree a family first for Absher

Before they came to Canada, Nafisa Absher’s family spent years moving through the Middle East in search of a home.

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Alumni spotlight - Jenny Gardipy

Jenny overcame obstacles, realized personal dreams and opened professional doors when she graduated from the School of Public Health in 2011.

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Recovery and reconciliation

A $108,000 research award will help PhD student Charlene Thompson to challenge health inequities in Indigenous communities from a new perspective.

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Prestigious scholarship for PhD student

Stephanie Ortynsky, a doctoral student in the School of Public Health Vaccinology and Immunotherapeutics program, is the recipient of the 2017-18 Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship.

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Expo success for SPH students

Four School of Public Health (SPH) students won prizes at the first University of Saskatchewan (U of S) Life and Health Sciences Research Expo poster session on Friday, May 5.

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