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Starting your Own Passion Project: Lessons Learned from Three Entrepreneurs - A Webinar

Starting your Own Passion Project: Lessons Learned from Three Entrepreneurs – A Webinar

Listen to three entrepreneurs as they share their experiences in starting their own passion projects, including lessons learned, and practical considerations.
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Book Review: Trajectory - 7 Career Strategies to Take You from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be by David Van Rooy

Book Review: Trajectory – 7 Career Strategies to Take You from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be by David Van Rooy

Megha Bhavsar consults and reviews David Van Rooy's "Trajectory" in an effort to find answers to an important career related question.
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The Cage - Using art to push boundaries in healthcare and start discussions on death

The Cage – Using art to push boundaries in healthcare and start discussions on death

Natalie Zizzo provides an update on Taboo Health's art exhibit on Death and Dying in Healthcare at Ontario Health Associatiaon's HealthAchieve conference in Toronto.
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Death and Dying - A Book Review of 'When Breath Becomes Air' by Paul Kalanithi

Death and Dying – A Book Review of ‘When Breath Becomes Air’ by Paul Kalanithi

Priya Iyer writes a book review of Paul Kalanithi's When Breath Becomes Air, a work of a man faced with his impending death.
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What I've Learned as a New Professional

What I’ve Learned as a New Professional

Leena Rahman, a new professional, shares what she's learned in the workplace, providing insightful advice for new graduates just entering the workforce.
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Summer News Round-Up

Summer News Round-Up

A roundup of public health news articles from the summer
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Is a PMP right for me?

Is a PMP right for me?

Thinking about a PMP credential? Alex Mayer discusses the value of a PMP as a public health professional, and provides practical advice on pursuing the credential.
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Until the Last Breath - Demystifying Medical Death and Dying Through Art

Until the Last Breath – Demystifying Medical Death and Dying Through Art

Natalie Zizzo writes about the use of art to discuss the sensitive topic of death and dying, and an upcoming series of exhibits by Taboo Health exploring death in medicine.
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Making the Jump to the Directors’ Circle: What I Learned From My First Director-Level Interview

Making the Jump to the Directors’ Circle: What I Learned From My First Director-Level Interview

Arlinda Ruco, a public health professional, shares how her interview preparation has changed since entering the field and about her experience interviewing for a senior level role.
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April 2017 News Roundup

April 2017 News Roundup

News update from April 2017
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Lessons Learned from International Volunteering

Lessons Learned from International Volunteering

Natalie Martin takes a candid look at international volunteering, and offers her perspectives on how to make the most of your international volunteering experience. A valuable read for anyone wishing to travel abroad for volunteer work.
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March 2017 News Roundup

March 2017 News Roundup

For all your public health news needs - catch up to all that happened, March 2017 edition
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Nida Jabrani - A Project Management Professional

Nida Jabrani – A Project Management Professional

Nida Jabrani, a PMP and leader in her field, provides her perspectives on being a woman in the workplace, the importance of flexibility and openness in career advancement, and some insight on reaching your goals.
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Ontario's Healthy Menu Choices Act: A Nutrition Professional Weighs In

Ontario’s Healthy Menu Choices Act: A Nutrition Professional Weighs In

Rosanna Lee, a nutrition and health professional, takes a look at Ontario's new mandate to display calorie counts of foods in restaurant chains.
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