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A Hub to Support Health Care's Collaborative Future
Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil joined Dalhousie President Richard Florizone and others Tuesday to celebrate the opening of a transformative new health education facility at Dal that promises to improve the state of patient care in Atlantic Canada by boosting opportunities for collaborative learning and research across the health sciences.
In the works for more than five years, the $38.5-million Collaborative Health Education Building (CHEB) will enable the university's 3,700 Medicine, Dentistry and Health Professions students to come together under one roof for an integrated learning experience designed to foster greater interprofessional collaboration.
Taken from Dal News; read the article online.
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