WellU Podcast

Episode 10 - Colonialism as a Determinant of Health in Northern Ontario

May 21, 2021 Season 1 Episode 10
WellU Podcast
Episode 10 - Colonialism as a Determinant of Health in Northern Ontario
Show Notes

Welcome back to another episode of the WellU Podcast! In this episode, second-year Health Science Master’s students, Ashley and Crystal, talk about the social determinants of health. Specifically, they focus on colonialism as a determinant of health in Northern Ontario and its impacts on health and well-being outcomes, using key examples.

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