Nutrition and Health Status of New Canadians: Readiness for Culturally Appropriate Care
Sheraton Centre TorontoThere remains limited information about the nutrition and health status of newcomer families and their children upon arrival and how their health may change during their first few years in Canada. This thematic conference will provide participants with an overview of nutritional health, food security, and access to healthcare as basic rights of recent immigrants and refugees. This conference will provide an update on food security status of current refugees, as well as their nutritional status in Canada and in a global perspective by bringing together academic researchers, dietitians and settlement agencies to provide a comprehensive picture. The overarching goal is to engage the audience in discussion and hear their perspectives on the challenges and opportunities regarding food security, nutritional health and access to healthcare services.Nutrition and Health Status of New Canadians; Readiness for Culturally Appropriate Care is a one day thematic conference that will take place on June 13, 2019 as a pre-conference event to the North American Refugee Health Conference that is taking place from June 14-16, 2019. Please join us to learn from some of the leading experts in the field of immigration health – providing perspectives of researchers, service providers and policy makers.
Intensive Update Course in Clinical Tropical Medicine and Travelers’ Health
ASTMH has developed this course as an update in the essential components of tropical medicine and travelers’ health. This two-day meeting is designed for physicians and for all other health care providers working in tropical medicine or travelers’ health. Speakers are internationally recognized authorities in the field. Approximately 15.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM will be offered for this course.