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The Canadian Community of Practice in Ecosystem Approaches to Health -Call for applications
2011 Ecohealth Short Course to be hosted by the University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, BC from June 5-June 16.
This year, the short-course will comprise two parts:
1. Ecosystem Approaches to Health Workshop (June 5-8) with ~25 student participants, and a teaching team involving members of CoPEH-Canada from across Canada; the workshop is open to professionals, practitioners and graduate students.
2. Ecosystem Approaches to Health Field-school (June 5-16, continues after workshop) with a maximum of fifteen participants who will complete the requirements of 3 credit graduate level field-school at UNBC. The field school is offered to graduate students only. Applications to participate in the workshop and field-school will run until March 28th, 2011.
Graduate Training Awards. Graduate students wishing to participate in the full 11-day field-school may apply to receive one of five (5) $1000 awards to help cover the costs to participate in the full 11 day Ecosystem Approaches to Health Short Course. Applications for training awards run until March 28th 2011.
To access the detailed Call for Applications please visit: copeh-canada
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Published on: 2011-03-25 by PHABC Staff
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