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The Faculty of Health is committed to creating positive change for our students, our communities, and the world around us through teaching and research excellence to keep more people healthier, longer.

Through our six degree programs – Global Health, Health Studies (Policy, Management and Informatics), Kinesiology & Health Science, Neuroscience, Nursing, Psychology – our commitment to excellence is demonstrated through our faculty members who are nationally and internationally recognized experts, through our leading edge research, and through local and international partnerships to improve health outcomes both locally and globally. In addition, students engage in experiential education opportunities to build their learning in a range of settings beyond the classroom.

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Psychology Professor Erez Freud is quoted in the New York Times article “In an Era of Face Masks, We’re All a Little More Face Blind”

Health Policy & Management Professor Mary Wiktorowicz recently published “Police encounters reveal a mental health system in distress” in The Conversation

10 Professors in Kinesiology & Psychology were among 50 researchers awarded nearly $9 million in funding from NSERC through the Discovery Grants Program

Learn more about Faculty of Health students, alumni, faculty and staff who are creating positive change.

Explore peer mentorship, leadership and development, and peer assisted learning programs for students in the Faculty of Health.

Get more information on how we support student learning in the Faculty of Health.

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Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate programs in Global Health, Health Studies, Kinesiology & Health Science, Nursing, Neuroscience, and Psychology

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Graduate Programs

Graduate programs in Health, Critical Disability Studies, Kinesiology & Health Science, Nursing, and Psychology

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Improving Long-Term Care

OVER 100,000 ONTARIANS live in long-term care homes, and they are among our most vulnerable citizens. It’s essential that both residents and the people who care for them enjoy the highest quality of life and excellent conditions of work. Professor Tamara Daly has dedicated her career to improving policy and practice in this highly important field.



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