Emily Kaliel wins H. N. Segall Prize of Canadian Society for the History of Medicine
History PhD student Emily Kaliel has just been awarded the H.N. Segall Prize by the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine (CSHM) this week. The H.N. Segall Prize recognizes the best student paper presented at the annual conference of the CSHM. Emily’s winning paper: “’Rather Isolated Communities Remote from Medical Aid’: Changing Public Health Landscapes in Alberta at Mid-Century.”
Congratulations from all of us!