Developing an evidence-based collection related to earthquakes facilitates internationalization and knowledge translation skills

Each year, MSc Global Health graduate students from McMaster University complete a 10-week work-integrated learning practicum during the Summer term to put into practice the knowledge and skills they have gained throughout the duration of their studies.  Students work with organizations to gain hands-on experience with the theory, concepts, and methods taught in the program with activities targeted to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

Between April and July 2021, graduate students, Natalie Palumbo, Dea Sulaj, and Div Patel, had the opportunity to join Evidence Aid remotely to complete their practicum to create the Earthquakes Collection.

Read more about it here.

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