Other Learning Opportunities

Strategic Training Programs of Particular Interest

  • Collaborative specializations offer students the opportunity to develop depth knowledge in specific areas of interest, with this specialized knowledge recognized on their transcript. Students must be enrolled and maintain good standing in a recognized graduate program to be eligible to participate in any collaborative specialization.
  • There are many collaborative specializations at the University of Toronto. We have listed below those that are often of interest to Health Policy students
  • Please be aware that all collaborative specializations set specific requirements of students, which generally extend beyond usual degree requirements. In the event of a conflict, IHPME requirements take precedence.

Seminar Series of Particular Interest

  • Public Health Policy
    http://www.publichealthpolicy.utoronto.ca/events.html
  • Health Law and Policy
    https://www.law.utoronto.ca/scholarship-publications/workshops-and-seminars/health-law-ethics-and-policy-seminar-series

Conferences/ Associations of Particular Interest