Summer school for budding Indigenous health researchers ‘a big deal’ – CBC

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25 grad students, around 10 mentors taking part in week-long program

Jun 12, 2018

The first-ever Ontario Indigenous Mentorship Network (IMN) summer school is underway in Sudbury, Ont.

Twenty-five grad students involved in Indigenous health research projects in the province are taking part in the week-long event. They’ll be joined by around 10 mentors, ranging from professors to First Nations Elders.

The first-ever Ontario Indigenous Mentorship Network (IMN) summer school is underway in Sudbury, Ont.

Twenty-five grad students involved in Indigenous health research projects in the province are taking part in the week-long event. They’ll be joined by around 10 mentors, ranging from professors to First Nations Elders.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury/indigenous-health-summer-school-mentorship-1.4701437

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