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Right now in Canada, new daily cases of COVID-19 are increasing seemingly exponentially. But we are not seeing a similar increase in either hospitalizations or deaths. Why?
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What do Epidemiologists mean by a "second wave" of COVID-19?
Sep 13, 2020 — I’ve been ignoring this podcast of late and focusing more on writing COVID-related blog posts. So I’ve decided to triple-down on the messaging and am recording […]
how to turn one's research into an opinion-editorial article
All about my research with indigenous peoples in the rainforests of Guyana.
An introduction to systematic reviews.
This is the audio of the 2019 keynote address of the University of Ottawa Healthcare Symposium. The topic of the presentation was the epistemology of truth.
This is the audio of a lecture I gave to a graduate class in Community Outreach and Media Relations in the Sciences. The topic was communication in community based research, featuring anecdotes from my global health & development work.
Poverty, health, life expectancy, population growth, climate change, food production... on a global level, are things getting better or worse?
Are global health electives a new kind of colonialism?