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Becky Marval (BScOT’07) has always been drawn to the intersection of health and social equity. “In the School of Occupational Therapy at Dal, I gained valuable outreach experience as a volunteer with non-profits serving folks experiencing homelessness and newcomers to Canada,” she says.
‘A Rewarding Profession’: The first Black Nova Scotian to graduate from the College of Pharmacy, Bruce Johnson, reflects on career and community
When Bruce Johnson (BScPH’74) decided to attend the Dalhousie College of Pharmacy more than 40 years ago, he didn’t realize he’d be making history as the first black Nova Scotian to graduate from the College in the province.
To celebrate Respiratory Therapy Week, we did a Q&A with Melissa Miller. Melissa received a Diploma in Health Sciences with Respiratory Therapy, 2017. Current job title: Respiratory Therapist
Weaving the Story: Exploring the Person, Environment, and Occupation of an African Nova Scotian experience
Stephanie Bizzeth is a 6th generation African Nova Scotian and 2017 MScOT graduate who grew up in Cole Harbour, NS. When younger, she had plans of working in healthcare as she loved to help people but when math became her Achilles heel she was dissuaded from pursuing sciences at the university level.