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Updates – New Website for the 2023 World Health Assembly Simulation at York University

Updates – New Website for the 2023 World Health Assembly Simulation at York University


Published on March 22, 2023

The World Health Assembly Simulation (WHA SIM), led by Dahdaleh faculty fellow, Dr. Ahmad Firas Khalid, announces a new website in preparation for the upcoming Global Health WHA SIM, taking place from April 30 to May 2, 2023 at York University.

The GH WHA SIM aims to provide students with state-of-the-art simulation-based experiential learning experience in global health in order to enhance and support knowledge and skills around collaborative governance approaches involving multi-sectoral and multi-jurisdictional global challenges. The conference is an excellent opportunity for students to learn about global health issues and develop skills in collaboration, public speaking, debate, diplomacy, and policy writing.

The first day of the conference, April 30, will be a virtual day where delegates can view training modules on how to best prepare for the simulations. The other two days will be in-person and you can access the in-person events agenda on the WHA SIM website.

This year, the WHA SIM will be awarding three delegates from each committee in the following categories: Best Delegate Award, Best Collaborator, and Best Position Paper. Please find the document that outlines the criteria for each award in delegate resources also available on the WHA SIM website.


Global Health & Humanitarianism, Global Health Foresighting



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