Join us for our 5th Annual Public Health and Informatics Symposium!

Hosted by Conestoga's Bachelor of Environmental Public Health (BEPH), and the Bachelor of Applied Health Information Science (BAHIS) programs.


This event will showcase our students' exemplary work, provide guided conversations on emerging public health and informatics issues, in addition to offering opportunities for professional networking.


Please note - all times listed below are in Eastern Standard Time.

Explore our Symposium Events

8:45am - 10:15am EST: Director of McGill University’s “Office for Science and Society" speaking on "Sense, Nonsense, and Science."

10:30am - 11:30am EST: Account Executive, Empowerment Speaker, Activist speaking on "Realizing Resilience in Uncertain Times."

10:30am - 11:30am EST: Hand Hygiene Posters, Ignite Talks, Research Think Tank, Solving Problems in Healthcare Poster, COVID-19 Dashboard Presentation.

11:45am - 12:15pm EST: Recognizing the adversity, adaptability, and dedication that has been demonstrated this past year.

10:30am - 11:30am EST: An opportunity to virtually meet, connect, and ask Public Health and Health Informatic professionals questions.

Why Join Our Event?

1. Learn about misinformation on healthcare with Dr. Schwarcz, Director of McGill University’s “Office for Science and Society" speaking on "Sense, Nonsense, and Science."

2. Discover the key elements to mastering resiliency - seminar with Tara Myshrall

3. Network with students and industry professionals from Public Health and Informatics

4. Experience innovative academic projects - "what you do here, counts out there"

5. Engage in open discussions around bridging the gap between healthcare and technology

6. Explore opportunities to collaborate with Conestoga College through research projects

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