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News from the Faculty of Health

  • Keisha Jefferies speaks to Sheldon MacLeod about barriers black students face in Nursing

  • Hearing and Speech Nova Scotia creates renewable scholarships for CSD students to improve diversity
    A gift of $100,000 from Hearing and Speech Nova Scotia to the School of Communication Sciences & Disorders (CSD) will help ensure there is more diversity among speech-language pathologists and audiologists throughout the province, while providing support for students from under-represented populations.
  • The Patient Lens
    How can we live well if we live with one or more chronic conditions? Dr. Tanya Packer, Professor in the School of Occupational Therapy and Director of the School of Health Administration, is co-lead of an interdisciplinary team that is working to address this important health care challenge.
  • Dal Health says thanks!
    The dalTHANKS event on January 29th was a huge success! It was the first time we held this event on our Carleton campus, and we were thrilled by the turn out. So many Dal Health, Dentistry and Medicine students came by to thank our generous donors.
  • Partnerships to promote access to healthy food for all
    A six-year international collaboration between researchers at Dalhousie, Monash University, Menzies School of Health Research, and the University of Queensland (UQ) has culminated in a $2 million award to fight food insecurity among Indigenous communities in remote Australia.
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