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Nancy Forseth

Inspiring generations of health care professionals

Nancy Forseth is one of many clinical faculty members who are training our students for future practice.

Professor of Cannabis Science announced to research the role of cannabis in opioid overdose treatment

Professor of Cannabis Science announced to research the role of cannabis in opioid overdose treatment

Examining the potential of cannabis in addressing the opioid overdose crisis and other substance use disorders is a top priority for the first Canopy Growth Professor of Cannabis Science.

UBC's Centre for Health Education Scholarship celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2018.

UBC’s Centre for Health Education Scholarship celebrates first decade

Since 2008, CHES has been enhancing the health of people and populations by supporting the educational practices of the health professions.

NFL gives significant funding to help youth ‘shred’ the burden of concussion

NFL gives significant funding to help youth ‘shred’ the burden of concussion

UBC researchers involved in groundbreaking pan-Canadian research program

Novel discovery could lead to new cancer, autoimmune disease therapy

Novel discovery could lead to new cancer, autoimmune disease therapy

International research project co-led by UBC Canada 150 Research Chair.

Pedestrian fatalities increase on Halloween, particularly among children

Pedestrian fatalities increase on Halloween, particularly among children

Researchers found that the most dangerous time for pedestrians on Halloween was between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.

At least one year between pregnancies reduces risks for mother and baby

At least one year between pregnancies reduces risks for mother and baby

Researchers found that getting pregnant less than a year after delivery is associated with risks for women of all ages.

The potential is yours

The potential is yours

MSc student Lindsay Richter hopes to better understand the health outcomes of infants born during the opioid crisis and design innovative solutions to ensure their well-being.