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Brianne Kinahan

A group of volunteers and local residents standing in front of a brick building.

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Meet Brianne Kinahan

Country: Vietnam
Position: One Health Curriculum Development Specialist
International Partner: CENPHER 
Start Date: June 1, 2018

Brianne is a graduate of the University of Toronto, having completed her Bachelor of Arts and Science with a double major in World History, English Literature & Language, and a minor in Health Promotions/Wellness. More recently, Brianne completed a postgraduate in International Development, focusing on project management, monitoring and evaluation, and improving the health sector. Brianne is passionate about global health, environmental sustainability, community development, and improving access to appropriate healthcare services within Canada and internationally.

Brianne has been working with CENPHER in Hanoi, Vietnam, developing a One Health curriculum manual for lecturers and students in the Masters of Public Health - One Health program, researching food contamination, designing an indicator framework, and implementing an observational case study on buyer/seller relationships in traditional markets.

 

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