This Is Our Conversation_Potential links between cancer and age, social determinants of health, and access to information and healthcare services
Why do we have a slightly higher risk of developing and dying from cancer, compared to other provinces?
(I think somewhere I forgot to say “lack of”. Lack of healthy food and healthy environments are linked to adverse life events)
Talk to you soon!
This Is Our Conversation Series_Reflections as a cancer scientist and advocate during the MUN strike-2023
Protected: picket line video
This Is Our Conversation Series_Cancer incidence and mortality numbers in Newfoundland and Labrador
These numbers hit the home hard – every year in Newfoundland and Labrador we do have a number of individuals diagnosed with cancer and die because of cancer. Take a look at today’s episode:
This Is Our Conversation Series_What is the chance of dying from cancer in Canada?
One radio interview
One media piece
One piece of knowledge
One public event
One social media post at a time
We will help transform the word #cancer from the #ElephantInTheRoom to a public knowledge
Knowledge can be empowering. Join the conversation and help spread the word.
Sevtap Savas, PhD. Jan 21,2023. St. John’s.
This is Our Conversation Series_How common is cancer in Canada?
Take a look at this short video and join our conversation – you can reach Sevtap Savas, PhD. at anytime if you have any comments.
This Is Our Conversation Series_Introduction
Introduction to “This is our conversation” series by Sevtap Savas, PhD. This series aim to exchange knowledge on cancer.
if you have any comments or questions, you can contact her at savas[at]mun.ca or at 709 864-6507
MUN Research Week webinar on Public Engagement & Research
Grateful for Office of Public Engagement for organizing this webinar and making the recording publicly available!
I truly enjoyed being a part of this event, listening to my colleagues, and addressing participant questions.
Take a look!
Till next time,
Sevtap Savas, PhD, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
NEWSLETTER – Public Interest Group on Cancer Research – 2022
We are pleased to report back to our community!
Please see the Newsletter below for our goals for and main achievements in 2022!
We wish all of you a wonderful Holiday Season and Happy New Year.
On behalf of the Public Interest Group on Cancer Research, Sevtap Savas.