Health Ph.D. Candidate Kelsey Chalmers has been offered a scholarship with McMaster University Health Forum in Canada for the Spring/Summer intake of 2018.

The Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship in Strengthening Health Systems program and workshops aims to develop and implement health policies.

“I’m really excited to be accepted as a Queen Elizabeth scholar and to visit McMaster University and Canada for the first time. This is such an awesome opportunity to network with international researchers and participate in workshops closely related to my research interests.” Says Kelsey Chalmers.

The scholarship program was open to eligible students from Commonwealth countries, and allows them to be exposed to different opportunities within areas of training, mentoring and networking.

Kelsey Chalmers is a part of the Health Market Quality R&D Program at CMCRC which aims to improve integrity and efficiency for all stakeholders in the health market.