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Global Child Health Skills Conference

Organized by McGill Global Child Health Program

November 9 – 11
McGill Simulation Centre
Montreal Children’s Hospital
Montreal, QC

See Preliminary program details


November 9: Pediatric Ultrasound for Resource-Limited Settings – Full Day Session
8am-5pm: McGill Simulation Centre

November 10:

  • Helping Babies Breathe (HBB) – Open to those with previous NRP certification (proof required) – Half Day Session
    8am-12pm: McGill Simulation Centre
  • Introduction to Emergency Triage, Assessment & Training (ETAT) -Open to those with previous PALS certification (proof required) – Half Day Session
    12:30pm-4:30pm: McGill Simulation Centre
  • Global Child Health 5 à 7

November 11: Multiple workshops related to work in Resource-Limited Settings, including sedation, ethics, nursing skills and creative solutions for limited materials – Full Day Session

8:30am-4:30pm: Montreal Children’s Hospital




Global Health and the Future Role of the United States

Global Health and the Future Role of the United States is a spring 2017 report released by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine that includes fourteen actionable recommendations aimed at improving global health. New digital resources have now been released that help viewers better understand why and how the United States can remain committed to global health. Two new videos demonstrate the value of U.S. investments in global health as well as the importance of boosting health outcomes to protect the national security of Americans. View the resources.


Health Connect South 2017

Organized by
Georgia Global Health Alliance (GGHA)



(Check in at 8:00 AM)


Health Connect South is a non-profit serving the health community as a valuable platform for regional health collaborations, ensuring participationg from the highest levels and broadest cross sections of decision makers, innovators, and the next generation of health leaders.

Health Connect South 2017 will be held on September 28th at The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, GA.  Join for an amazing program highlighting health collaborations and innovations throughout the Southeast.

The theme this year reflects on disrupting healthcare with a focus on the patient (consumers), healthcare delivery, and policy. The event will highlight the innovations and advances of healthcare aiming to deliver the best health outcomes.

CORE, GHC, CUGH: Global Health Activities

Global Health Council, CORE Group, CUGH: Global Health Activities 

Tuesday, September 12, 2017
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET



Lisa M. Hilmi, Executive Director, CORE Group

Lisa has an extensive career in global health, employing both human rights and community-based participatory approaches to addressing health disparities for women, children and communities. Lisa brings a wealth of experience working at multiple levels of global health from policy, research, emergency relief, workforce development, health systems strengthening, and fund raising, from local to global levels. Lisa also adds technical expertise, as a pediatric nurse with clinical experience in hospital, community, academic, and crisis settings. She has a strong commitment to partnership and collaboration.

Lisa’s research and global projects have focused on children’s health and psychosocial well-being post-disaster and post-conflict in Asia and Africa; injury surveillance/prevention and addressing health disparities, gender and water/sanitation; women’s livelihood development to improve health and nutrition, disaster preparedness and humanitarian relief; and health concerns amongst internally displaced persons and refugees in multiple countries.

She is completing a PhD in Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania, and has an MPH from Columbia University, a BSN from the University of Pennsylvania and a BA in Political Science/Communications from Villanova. She is a Registered Nurse and nationally certified pediatric nurse.

Loyce Pace, MPH, President & Executive Director, Global Health Council (GHC)

Loyce Pace, MPH, is President and Executive Director of Global Health Council, a U.S.-based membership organization representing the collective voice of the global health community worldwide. Loyce is a leader who has worked on the ground in more than 10 countries delivering health programs and mobilizing advocates. Over the course of her career, Loyce has championed policies for access to essential medicines, testified for congressional global health appropriations, and launched the Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) Roundtable under GHC, which convenes organizations representing multiple issues and sectors around shared advocacy goals. Loyce holds a Bachelor’s degree with Honors in Human Biology from Stanford University and a Master’s degree in Public Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Hon. Keith Martin, MD, PC, Executive Director, Consortium of Universities for Global Health

Dr. Martin is a physician who, since Sept. 2012, has served as the founding Executive Director of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) based in Washington, DC.

Between 1993-2011, Dr. Martin served as a Member of Parliament in Canada’s House of Commons representing a riding on Vancouver Island. During that time he held shadow ministerial portfolios in foreign affairs, international development, and health. He also served as Canada’s Parliamentary Secretary for Defense. In 2004, he was appointed to the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada. His main areas of focus are in global health, foreign policy, security, international development, conservation and the environment.

Dr. Martin has been on numerous diplomatic missions to areas in crisis. He served as a physician in South Africa on the Mozambique border during that country’s civil war. He has traveled widely in Africa, visiting the continent 27 times. Dr. Martin is the author of more than 160 published editorial pieces, has appeared frequently as a political and social commentator on television and radio and has spoken at conferences around the world. He is a board member of the Global Health Council, Jane Goodall Institute and Annals of Global Health. He is an advisor for the Int’l Cancer Expert Corps, Global Sepsis Alliance and McGill University’s Global Health Program and a member of the Lancet-ISMMS Commission on Pollution and Health.