FHS partners with ScienceAL!VE to deliver science summer camp programming
FHS post-doctoral fellow Dr. Philip Mwimanzi teaches summer campers how to view specimens through a microscope learn more →
SFU Welcome Day Features Personalized Introductions and Tours for New Health Sciences Students – Register Now!
SFU Welcome Day is a fun-filled, one-day orientation on August 28th, 2014 designed for incoming undergraduates as they take their first steps into university life learn more →
PhD student Kate Salters receives multiple awards for research on vulnerable woman living with HIV
Salters was awarded grants from both the Soroptimist Foundation of Canada and the CIHR to support her research that will improve the quality of life for women with HIV. learn more →
CRC Charlotte Waddell addresses BC lawmakers about lack of treatment for kids with mental disorders
Fewer than one-third of kids with mental disorders receive treatment, Waddell says. learn more →
Welcome to the Faculty of Health Sciences
SFU's Faculty of Health Sciences offers one of Canada’s most comprehensive and integrated programs and has a strong reputation for producing world-class innovative research. Researchers and students from a broad spectrum of disciplines, spanning the humanities, social sciences, and life sciences, work together in a unique, non-departmentalized environment to encourage the study of health and disease from "cell to society" and to apply this work in the context of population and public health.
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Research at FHS
Our research spans molecular and cellular processes, field-based investigation, intervention and evaluation, as well as policy processes that promote the health of communities. Learn more about Research at FHS.
Events & Talks
August 21, 2014 at 1:00pm - 3:00pmCapstone Presentation - Developing a Wellness Program Focused on Increasing Physical Activity in Organizations Using a Trans-Theoretical Model · Benita Ndidi Okocha
August 21, 2014 at 11:00am - 1:00pmCapstone Presentation - Piloting Computer Based Training on Substance use Disorders for Primary Care in Kenya: A Developmental Evaluation of eData-K · Chelsea Elyse Hitchen