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Bukola Salami
Associate Professor of PI (Lead) of Health and Immigration Policies and Practices Research Program (HIPP) Wife, Mom, Nigerian-Canadian
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Bukola Salami 2h
Regardless of political affiliations, we are one Canada. Together, lets fight against inequality (social, health, etc), injustice, terrorism, hate, violence etc. We are stronger together.
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Bukola Salami 3h
I got to my kids daycare today and the employees informed me that I was on TV last night. I later realized its an interview with in 2016/2017 It was a pleasure to be interviewed. I am still playing forward the Canadian dream
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Bukola Salami Oct 20
My fellow Canadians, please . Exercise your right. Its a privilege that many many across the globe do not have.
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Bukola Salami Oct 16
One of the questions developed by . We will discuss this at tomorrows cafe: "You approach your parents and try to explain to them that you are . They tell you that you have food, clothes and a house to live in and have no reason to be depressed."
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Bukola Salami Oct 16
One of the questions developed by African youths that we will be tackling tomorrow: "Your child comes home from school and tell you that they wish they had lighter skin. How would you respond to your child and why do you think they might feel this way?"
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Bukola Salami Oct 4
We have another conversation cafe this month. Dr. Sophie Yohani will discuss how to promote of and within the context of intergenerational relations.
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Shannon Scott Oct 15
New parent tools are now available on our website! Our tools provide research based information on symptoms of common acute conditions (like UTIs and bronchiolitis), how to manage them at home, and when to seek care.
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Bukola Salami Oct 4
We have another conversation cafe this month. Dr. Sophie Yohani will discuss how to promote of and within the context of intergenerational relations.
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Bukola Salami Oct 4
Replying to @CharchuRn
Yes. Love it. I haven't taught a course in around 1.5 years. I came back to the classroom this semester and noticed more students had their laptops. The world is changing fast.
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Bukola Salami Oct 2
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Bukola Salami Oct 2
Much more students using laptops. The percentage of students using a laptop in class wasn't as much as this six years ago.
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UAlberta Nursing Sep 30
On , acknowledges & honours the survivors of residential schools. We know that . Learn more about why this day is so important:
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Bukola Salami Sep 20
Replying to @jlukes24
Thank you. My goal is that together we can make positive impact in our community and our community can grow.
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Bukola Salami Sep 20
Congratulations. Thanks for flagging it
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Bukola Salami Sep 15
We are recruiting participants for a study on African child migration in circumstances of vulnerability.
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Bukola Salami Sep 15
We are holding a conversation cafe on , and on Sept 19, 2019 at . Please register at immigrant.health@ualberta.ca The project is funded by
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Bukola Salami Sep 9
HIPP will be starting a project on "A Participatory Project to Improve Economic Outcomes, Community Belonging and Leadership Skills of Black Youths in Alberta" through funding from Heritage Canada.
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UN Women Sep 6
Not all (s)heroes wear capes – some wear lab coats😊. Let’s stand with who inspire girls to overcome systematic barriers and long-standing biases!
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CARNA Aug 17
How can healthy aging be promoted in our immigrant communities? Find out more about a recent study on page 37 of magazine.
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