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Immigrant and Racial Women's Health - Knowledge Mobilization Project

Welcome

Immigrant and Racialized Women’s Health project (IRWHP) uses a collaborative multidisciplinary approach to bring together various stakeholders to synthesize existing research in this area to inform health planning and management, clinical practice, and policy to ensure that health services in Ontario are evidence-based, culturally-safe, effective and equitable, and gender-specific.

IRWHP focuses on three health priority areas for immigrant and racialized women: mental health, health promotion and prevention of chronic illnesses, and maternal/child health.

Ryerson University in partnership with York University, University of Toronto, and the Health For All Clinic of Markham Stouffville Hospital will function as a health Knowledge exchange and transfer (KTE) team to ensure timely and successful completion of this project.

IRWHP is funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care – Ontario

Immigrant & Racialized Women's Health Conference Material Now Available

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Recent Events

Knowledge mobilization workshop by Immigrant and Racialized Women's Health Project (IRWHP) in partnership with York University and McMaster University

Date: Friday March 7, 2014
Time: 9:00 am - 12:30pm
Venue: McMaster Univerisity, Peerkins Centre, 1429 Main St. E., Hamilton

Registration and parking are free. Light refreshment will be served.
Please RSVP  owhchair@yorku.ca  by Tuesday March 4th. 
Please mention IRWPH KT workshop on the subject line.

For more information download the flyer now >>

Download handouts from the day now >>

Presentation on Birthing Experience - Christine Kurtz Landy >>

Presentation on Birthing Experience - Olive Wahoush >>