Research that's making an impact

Our researchers are exploring ways to improve the health of our community. Whether it's through studying our health systems, looking at the food we eat, or exploring ways to get Canadians more active  - their research is having a positive real-world impact. And, it's not just faculty members who are conducting this research - through the MHA Thesis option and PhD in Health, student research is making a difference.


Research News

The Masters of Health Administration student spearheaded the initiative to promote the physical and cognitive health of seniors. BikeAround is the first technology of its kind in Atlantic Canada.
"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).
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