Life After Residency with Dr. Joel Kettner

The first webinar of this series will be presented on November 25 at 8:00 - 9:00 ET.

Public Health and Preventive Medicine: Life After Residency

The Public Health Physicians of Canada (PHPC) and PHPC Resident Council are pleased to invite PHPM Residents and Recent Graduates to participate in a series of webinars that invites PHPM Leaders to discuss their professional journey and highlight lessons learned with regard to their career evolution. Speakers will have the opportunity to share their thoughts on what it takes to achieve a successful and fulfilling career as a PHPM Specialist and to offer advice on career development.

Learning Objectives
Following this webinar, participants will be able to:
  • Explore the career path of a seasoned PHPM specialist as means of exploring professional options
  • Discuss current career opportunities and consider future trends for PHPM graduate employment
  • Identify skills and experiences that can be obtained during residency to prepare for a career as a PHPM specialist

Speaker 

Dr. Joel Kettner

Associate professor, Department of Community Health Sciences, College of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba;

Adjunct professor, Department of Indigenous Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Winnipeg;

Medical director and senior knowledge broker, International Centre for Infectious Diseases;

Medical advisor, Canadian HIV Vaccine Research and Development Initiative Alliance Coordinating Office, International Centre for Infectious Diseases.

This webinar was offered in English only.

Webinar Recording

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Webinar Evaluation

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Funding for this series was provided by the Public Health Agency of Canada. The opinions expressed are those of the speaker(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official views of the Public Health Agency of Canada.

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