Ontario Model World Health Organization Conference

You’ve probably heard of the Model UN. Well, our buddies over at UTIHP (UT International Health Program) are organizing the first ever Ontario Model World Health Organization Conference.

We thought members of HMB would be interested. After all, there’s a part of HMB called Global Health. So without further ado, some words from UTIHP.

Ever been interested in working for the WHO?
Ever wanted to work with an international organization?
Do you want to meet student leaders like yourself who want to make a difference in the world?

Learn more by becoming a delegate for
Ontario Model World Health Organization!

Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to be a part of the first ever model WHO in Ontario featuring a reduced delegate fee!

→NEW REDUCED FEE: after working hard to secure funding, we have been able
to subsidize the delegate fee to make the event more accessible to interested delegates. This is a special delegate fee of $25 for a limited number of spots available until *October 29*.

The conference features:
2 days of intense debate on health systems management
Presentations by renowned bioethicists Dr. Solomon Benatar and Dr. Obidimma Ezezika
Panel sessions by previous WHO and UNICEF interns on what it takes to work for the UN
Participate in drafting a resolution that will be sent to the WHO
Opportunity to network with future global leaders

*THEME*: Strategies for Managing Health through Economic Crisis
*WHEN:* Friday, November 12 to Sunday, November 14, 2010
*WHERE:* The Sutton Place, 955 Bay Street, Toronto, ON
*REGISTER* at www.omwho.org
*QUESTIONS* Email us at info@omwho.org

Check out our awesome poster!

And there you have it. Hey, what else are you gonna do with that HMB specialist of yours?

Ahem. I mean, other than changing the world, of course.

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