UNDERSTANDING HOW PUBLIC HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS, MUNICIPALITIES, AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS WORK TOGETHER TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF CANADIANS LIVING IN URBAN AREAS

MUSE (Multisectoral Urban Systems for health and Equity in Canadian cities) is a pan-Canadian program of research and knowledge sharing that focuses on how public health organizations, municipalities, and other organizations establish partnerships to improve the health of populations living in urban areas — find out more about MUSE.

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MUSE news

7 June 2018

Full-time faculty position as Chair in Public Health in Bangladesh

The Asian University for Women seeks applications for a full-time faculty professorship as Takeda Chair in Public Health, for start in August 2018. Qualifications sought include: Doctoral degree in Public...

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24 April 2018

Official launch of MUSE Collaboratory

Welcome to the official MUSE Collaboratory! The MUSE Collaboratory is the place to receive your MUSE News, engage with other researchers and knowledge users, and discuss projects and other relevant...

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