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Collaborative Graduate Program in Women's Health

DLSPH

The Collaborative Program in Women's Health provides interdisciplinary training in women's health research and practice for graduate students at the University of Toronto with the goal of:

  • Helping students develop shared understandings of the complex interactions of biology and environment, sex and gender;
  • Providing students with the necessary skill set to undertake and lead interdisciplinary, collaborative health care research projects;
  • Enhancing mutually beneficial relationships among researchers and practitioners of women's health across the university and its affiliated teaching hospitals.

**NEW** Please see our special graduate student issue of "Women's Health & Urban Life, May 2013" with introduction from the Director of the Collaborative Program in Women's Health, Dr. Gillian Einstein.

Participating Graduate Units

The following departments, faculties, centres, and institutes contribute to the Collaborative Program in Women's Health:
+ Anthropology
+ Dalla Lana School of Public Health
+ Dentistry
+ English
+ Exercise Sciences, Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education
+ Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work
+ Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation
+ Immunology
+ Information Studies
+ Institute of Medical Science
+ International Programme on Reproductive and Sexual Health Law
+ Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing
+ Nutritional Sciences
+ Pharmacology
+ Psychology
+ Rehabilitation Science
+ Religion
+ Women and Gender Studies Institute

 

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Collaborative Graduate Program in Women's Health

About us

Goals

Program Administration

Requirements

Applying

Program Elements

People

  • Fully affiliated with:
  • University of Toronto
  • A member of:
  • Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario (CAHO)