Dear Alumni & Friends, Fall time on any university campus is a time of excitement, new beginnings and fun – as seen above, a group of our senior and incoming MHA students spent a day at Peggy’s Cove! That makes it the perfect time to up-date all of you and share some of our plans for the upcoming year...
The 35th Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony was held on Friday, March 29th at the Brightwood Golf and Country Club, Dartmouth. The Student Association was pleased to welcome Chris Power (MHSA ‘89) as the keynote speaker for the evening.
"Socioeconomic inequalities in psychological distress and suicidal behaviours among Indigenous peoples living off-reserve in Canada" was published March 25, 2019. Study co-authors are Dr. Amy Bombay, Dal Faculty of Health, (Nursing) and Medicine (Psychiatry) and Dr. Yukiko Asada, Dal Faculty of Medicine (Community Health and Epidemiology).
March 21, 2019, Andrew Holland received the Impact Award for, Student Entrepreneur of the Year, Awarded to a student who has demonstrated excellence in generating an innovative idea, concept, or business. The student uses their leadership, vision, and focus to make their ideas come to fruition.
“I had the chance to take on positions such as teaching assistant, residence assistant, and council member which fueled my interest in leading others,” he says. With an interest in healthcare coupled with his newfound leadership passion, he knew the Master of Health Administration degree was the perfect fit!
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
On January 17, the ELEMENT Mentoring Program was launched at the School of Health Administration in the Tupper Building. The program is designed to offer experiential learning, advice, and direction from key experts and professionals to prepare mentees for their careers as emerging health leaders. The program was conceived by the School of Health Administration’s Executive-in-Residence, Robert Zed, President and CEO, Triangle Strategies (MHSA ’86).
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