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The School of Health Administration invites you to our Open House on Monday, March 26
AHAS Banquet ‑ 2018
The students of the School of Health Administration Dalhousie University are having their annual AHAS Banquet on April 6th from 6:00-10:00 pm RSVP reqired firstname.lastname@example.org will be held at the St. Mary's Boat Club, Student price: $20.00, Non-Student price: $30.00 Vegetarian and Meat options available.
Researchers awarded Establishment and Development/Innovative Grants at School of Health Administration
Health Administration's Chris Simms in the BMJ blog on Brexit and the vengeance of unintended consequences
University Research Professorship
News from the Faculty of Health
Health Administration's Chris Simms in the BMJ Blog: The British and Canadian health systems at 70 and 60
Read "The British and Canadian health systems at 70 and 60" BMJ Blog - March 15, 2018
Health Mythbusters ‑ Green Tea: All it's cracked up to be?
In the age of ‘fake news,’ relying on research and fact-based data to make decisions about our health is more important than ever. Health Mythbusters is a regular column in which Dal Health researchers challenge widely held beliefs about health issues. This month, Dr. Tannis Jurgens and Dr. Anne Marie Whelan look at green tea products for weight loss — do they really work?
Bridging the Gaps
When clients come to the Dalhousie Social Work Clinic, they are often in crisis. They may be without shelter, food or money. They might be dealing with untreated physical or mental health issues. It might be all of these things, and more. Whatever the issues, whether straightforward or complex, the Community Clinic is there to help.
Facing Race: Nursing's Ingrid Waldron part of CBC Town Hall on environmental racism
On February 16, CBC Radio's The Current hosted the first of their "Facing Race" town halls in Halifax, with Nursing's Ingrid Waldron as part of the panel of experts.
Froogie: "Halifax team develops app that makes eating vegetables a game"
A group of Dal Health researchers, including Sara Kirk (Health and Human Performance, Healthy Populations Institute), are part of the team behind the award-winning Froogie app.