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Centre for Transformative Nursing and Health Research (CTNHR) Opening

Honourable Leo Glavine, Minister of Health and Dr. Gail Tomblin Murphy, Professor and Director of CTNHR

talking about opportunities for research partnerships

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Tracy Kitch, President and CEO, IWK

looks forward to working together and refers to nurse researchers as rock stars!

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Janet Knox, President and CEO, Nova Scotia Health Authority and Dr. Carolyn Waters, Provost and Vice President, Academic, Dalhousie University

talk about working together to meet the health needs of Nova Scotians.

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CTNHR talk about health priorities at Dalhouise

Jennifer Gillivan, President and CEO, IWK Foundation, Dr. Richard Florizone, President, Dalhousie University, Dr. Kathleen MacMillan, Director, School of Nursing, Dalhousie, Dr. Gail Tomblin Murphy, Professor and Director

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Centre for Transformative Nursing and Health Research (CTNHR)

The mission is to generate nursing and health related research and to inspire discovery that is methodologically sound, actionable, and dedicated to improving health and health outcomes for people in Nova Scotia and beyond. The vision of the Centre is to undertake collaborative research to improve and sustain people's health and wellbeing.

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CTNHR's activities will focus on four research pillars: the health needs of people, health workforce and health systems planning, marginalized populations and health equity, and knowledge translation.  

The Health Needs of People

Dr. Marsha Campbell-Yeo and her team are members of the MOM-LINC Research Lab, from left to right Kelly O’Connor , Research Administrative Assistant; Britney Benoit , PhD student Marsha Campbell-Yeo, Kim Caddell, Research Coordinator

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Health workforce and health systems planning

Dr. Ruth Martin-Misener, a lead researcher in health systems planning discussing her research with Dr. Peter Vaughan, Deputy Minister of Health

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Marginalized populations and health equity

Dr. Amy Bombay explaining her work on cancer among descendants of residential school survivors to Dr. Richard Florizone, President, Dalhousie University

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Knowledge Translation

Dr. Janet Curran and her team who focus on knowledge translation research. From left to right: Logan Lawrence, PhD in Health candidate, Christine Cassidy, PhD in Nursing candidate, Dr. Janet Curran, Associate Professor, Jeanne Egar, Research Coordinator, Dr. Andrea Bishop, Post Doctoral Fellow.

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