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News from the School of Health Administration
Banquet ‑ 2019
The School of Health Administration along with AHAS are pleased to announce our Annual Banquet will be held on March 29, 2019 at the Brightwood Golf & Country Club, in Dartmouth, NS - from 6pm on and will be wecoming Chris Power, CEO of CPSI as Keynote speaker. Tickets are $20.00 for students, $30.00 non-student
Explore the School of Health Administration during our Open House learn how to apply, meet Faculty, Graduates and Students
Elements Mentoring Program Launch
On Jan. 17th, 12pm the School of Health Admin will be hosting the launch of our ELEMENT Mentoring Program with guest speaker Denise Perret, Deputy Minister, NS Dept. of Health and Wellness who will speak about the importance of leadership in healthcare today
SCHOOL HOSTS ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM
On October 12-16, Health care professionals and administrators participated in the School of Health Administration’s Certificate in Legal Aspects of Healthcare Administration. Representatives from across Canada attended this five-day program held at the Atlantica Hotel, Halifax. Topics included Privacy and Confidentiality, System and Institutional Governance, Workplace Management, Labour Law, Occupational Health and Safety, Regulation of Healthcare Professionals, Tort Law and an Introduction to the Canadian Legal System.
Healthcare Leadership Lessons from a Nova Scotian Living in the US
A native of Nova Scotia, Dean MacKinnon completed an undergraduate degree in pharmacy (Dalhousie), a Master’s Degree in Hospital Pharmacy and an administrative hospital pharmacy residency (University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics), and a PhD and a fellowship (University of Florida). He completed a midcareer Harkness fellowship in international health care policy (Commonwealth Fund - New York City) under the direction of Dr. Stephen Soumerai, Professor, Harvard Medical School.
News from the Faculty of Health
CIHR Project Grant Program Highlighted
Dal Health Researcher Receives CIHR Award for work with First Nations children and youth
Dal Health assistant professor, Dr. Amy Bombay, among group of outstanding group health researchers who were announced as recipients of the 2018 CIHR Early Career Award
Dal Health Students Take on Biggest Global Health Challenge
Faculty of Health PhD students Justine Dol (Health), Brianna Richardson (Nursing), and Rachel Ollivier (Nursing) will compete at Dalhousie’s final round of the World’s Challenge Challenge (WCC).
The School of Health and Human Performance launches Strategic Plan
Health Sciences student wins award at European Congress of Radiology