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Dr. Amanda Kenny will be the keynote speaker at the Helen Glass Research Symposium, March 18-20 at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

Helen Glass Lecture to focus on rebuilding health systems

Health systems in most countries are more than 40 years out of date and many are beyond renovation, according Dr. Amanda Kenny, professor of rural health in the La Trobe University Rural Health School in Bendigo, Australia.

Kenny, who has a master’s degree in nursing, a post graduate diploma in midwifery and a PhD in health policy, will speak at the 2019 Helen Glass Lecture March 18 at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The lecture is part of the Helen Glass Research Symposium, hosted by the College of Nursing in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences.

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