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Media Highlight: New $38.5m Dalhousie facility links fields from medicine to social work
If you want to see how health care is poised to change in Nova Scotia, take a look inside the new $38.5-million facility that is home to Dalhousie University’s Collaborative Health Education Building.
Inside, there is a 200-seat classroom and smaller seminar rooms, a library and learning commons, group study areas, and specially designed home, rehabilitation and hospital areas to mimic real-life scenarios.
And it’s here, officials say, where thousands of students — including future nurses, doctors and dentists, as well as social workers, pharmacists and physiotherapists — will learn together in ways designed to improve health care for all Nova Scotians.
Taken from Dal News; read the article online.
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