Addressing Social Determinants of Newcomer Health: New Evidence and Promising Practices

October 14, 2009 from 2:30pm to 5:30pm
246 Bloor Street West, Room 548

This seminar brings together leading academic and community researchers to share new evidence about social determinants of health for newly arrived immigrants and refugees. The seminar presenters will also discuss promising practices and policy recommendations for promoting newcomer health by proactively addressing socioeconomic determinants of health.


  1. Patricia Landolt (Associate Professor, University of Toronto) and Luin Goldring (Associate Professor, York University)
  2. Michaela Hynie (Assistant Professor, York University) and Jackeline Barragan (Community Health Programs Manager, Black Creek Community Health Centre)
  3. Sepali Guruge (Associate Professor, Ryerson University)
  4. Rabea Murtaza, Arzo Akbari and Azza Khogali (Research Team members, Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services)

Moderator: Laura Simich (CAMH/ Assistant Professor, University of Toronto)

For More Information and to RSVP contact:
Martha Viveros at [email protected] or visit:

Seminar: Determinants of Newcomer Health

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