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Clinical Day March 6th at McMaster Centre for Continuing Education

The McMaster University Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) has inspired people to discover and achieve through lifelong learning since 1931. As one of Canada’s largest and leading providers of academic certificate and diploma programs, professional development education, and corporate training, McMaster CCE’s purpose is to develop and realize the potential of both individuals and society by providing the education to thrive in a dynamic world. No better place to provide clinicians with an overview of the state-of-the-art knowledge on the microbiome in primary care and maternal health.

Research Day March 7th at the David Braley Health Sciences Centre

The David Braley Health Sciences Centre was designed to welcome the community, set the stage for engaging collaborations, and to enhance the growing partnership between Public Health Services for the City of Hamilton and the Department of Family Medicine of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine. John Kelton, dean and vice-president of the Faculty of Health Sciences, said: "This is a beautiful landmark reflecting Hamilton's growing importance in the provincial and national health sectors. We're known for our excellence and innovation in health sciences education and research, and this building is designed to support those initiatives."

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