Health Science Inquiry is an annual online peer-reviewed journal that seeks to publish the views and thoughts of Canadian graduate students and post-doctoral fellows on pertinent issues in the health sciences. Our editorial team includes student members from universities all across Canada.
Volume #11 "Determining Health" has been published
Find the full volume below!
Update on the best submissions contest:
Submission judging has been delayed due to university closures in response to COVID-19. Winners will be announced in September through our social media.
TWO AWARDS ($150 each) for top scholarly perspective or commentary (chosen by a panel of Canadian university faculty)
BY HEATHER GERRIE | NEWS
Mouse studies reveal prenatal diesel exhaust exposure can render offspring vulnerable to autism spectrum disorder-like symptoms.
BY SARA NESS | INTERVIEW
How urbanization inadvertently promotes the development of asthma and allergic disease.
BY DEVIN BOX | ADVICE
In competitive settings like university, what can we do to keep ourselves from falling into procrastination and self-handicapping?
This volume explores how our external environment — both natural and constructed — influence and shape human health. Submissions in this volume highlight the influence of three key aspects: