Vol XI: From Concern to Commitment: Learning to Center Equity in Occupational Therapy Admissions Processes

Authors: Layla Razek¹, Hiba Zafran PhD², Barbara Shankland¹, Caroline Storr¹ ¹Department of Biology, McGill University, Canada ²School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, McGill University, Canada Black students are systematically excluded from healthcare education, denying an increasing Black Canadian population access to diverse healthcare practitioners.

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Vol XI: Survey of Young People’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Knowledge in Northern Namibia

Authors: Karine Talbot¹, Mónica Ruiz-Casares, PhD² ³ ¹Department of Psychology, McGill University, Canada ²Department of Psychiatry, McGill University, Canada ³Sherpa University Institute, CIUSSS West Central Montreal During the first COVID-19 lockdown in Namibia (March-September 2020), there were an estimated 3,600 teenage pregnancies, an increase from the annual average of 1,400 [1]. The regions of Kavango East