HEALTH SCIENCES PEER MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

The FHS Peer Mentorship Program is a faculty-specific, peer mentoring group open to undergraduate students. Our goal is to strengthen the FHS community by connecting 1st year and upper year Health Sciences students to create a welcoming environment for all.

Over the course of each academic year at SFU, our volunteer mentors act as a social and academic resource for their mentees as they adjust to their first year of university life. While they are not tutors or counselors, they are friendly, outgoing individuals trained to listen, advise, and guide students to SFU's various campus resources.


HEALTH ETHICS CLUB

A PLACE FOR STUDENTS TO DISCUSS AND EXPLORE ETHICAL ISSUES IN PUBLIC HEALTH, MEDICINE, AND HEALTH POLICY

The SFU Health Ethics Club was established in the summer of 2011. The club provides a medium for students to discuss and explore ethical issues in public health, medicine, and health policy.

Our Mandate:

We foster community among students in Heath Sciences at SFU and enhance moral leadership.

We promote critical thinking and dialogue around complex health issues.

We liaise with health organizations and researchers to help further ethical policy-making and practice.


Our events and activities are planned by our executive team, and attended by our members. Everyone is welcome to join the SFU Health Ethics Club!