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Pramita Chakraborty, MPH (Health Policy and Management) student
Pramita Chakraborty provides some tips about adjusting to the workload for grad studies and what it is like to be a student at the School of Public Health at the University of Alberta.
Derek Clark, MPH (Health Policy and Management) student
Derek talks about what it is like to move to Edmonton and be a student at the School of Public Health at the University of Alberta.
Sanjaya Dhakal, MPH (Global Health) student
Sanjaya explains why he chose pubic health after working as a primary care physician for five years.
James Gurech-Wai, MPH (Health Promotion) distance student
James talks about his experience as a distance student while working full-time.
Amna Haque, MPH (Global Health) student
Amna talks about her practicum at the Aga Khan Health Service Kenya in the Community Health Department, Mombasa.
Lysa Huneault, MPH (Health Promotion) student
Lysa talks about her experience at the School and what she plans to do with her degree.
Anne-Marie Jamin, MPH (Global Health) student
Anne-Marie talks about her practicum at the Eastern Cape Department of Health in South Africa.
Aviva Samson, MPH (Health Promotion) student
Aviva talks about the difference between grad studies and undergrad classes and work. She also offer some tips on how to adjust to being a student at the School of Public Health.
Michael Schlegelmilch, MPH (Global Health) student
Michael talks about how he found an unexpected love of biostatistics and more at the School of Public Health, which was immediately applicable in his practicum.
Our students are only with us for a short time, but they are always a part of our community. These profiles represent their experiences while with us.