Healthcare Leaders Needed

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Healthcare Leaders Needed Information Session - Video

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Are you interested in becoming a healthcare leader? Looking for answers to your questions?  Check out this video from our Information Session held on November 26, 2020 where you’ll hear from current students, alumni, and the School Director.

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Prepare to begin or enhance your career in the dynamic field of Health Administration. As a graduate you will be considered an exceptional leader ready to take on challenges and career-defining opportunities that will help shape the future of the Canadian health system.

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Our faculty are multi-disciplinary with both academic and practical experience in the healthcare delivery system. You'll be learning leaders in their field, as well as senior managers in health administration and government who bring real-world experience to the classroom.

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School of Health Administration  –  Research, News
By examining Atlantic Canadians’ diets and purchasing in-depth, we can better understand how the pandemic will affect nutrition and health. More importantly, we can help governments to design economic and social policies that support healthy eating for all—during and after the pandemic.
John MacPhee - Chronicle Herald  –  Research
Canadians worked hard at the peak of the first COVID-19 wave to get credible information on the virus, according to an online national survey conducted last spring.
Stephanie Brown (with files from Dawn Morrison, Monash University and The Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation)  –  Research
Catherine L. Mah (School of Health Administration, HPI) co-designed the study with her frequent collaborator and Chief Investigator A (equivalent to NPI) Julie Brimblecombe (Monash University). Dr. Mah is the Canada Research Chair in Promoting Healthy Populations in the Faculty of Health and an Associate Professor. The project is the latest in a continuing collaboration between Dr. Mah and nutrition researchers and community partners from Australia.

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