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Thursday, February 22, 2018
When clients come to the Dalhousie Social Work Clinic, they are often in crisis. They may be without shelter, food or money. They might be dealing with untreated physical or mental health issues. It might be all of these things, and more. Whatever the issues, whether straightforward or complex, the Community Clinic is there to help.
Kathy MacFarlane  –  News, Alumni & Friends
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
When she was a student, Leah Wood (MSc CVS '11) didn't envision herself in the role of research manager, Department of Opthalmology and Visual Sciences for the Nova Scotia Health Authority.
Kathy MacFarlane  –  News, Alumni & Friends
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Kathy MacFarlane joined the Faculty of Health as the new full-time Alumni and Donor Relations Officer in September 2017.
Kathy MacFarlane  –  Partnerships, News, Citizenship, Alumni & Friends
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Radiology is a part of nearly every segment of health care, including pediatrics, obstetrics, medicine and surgery - yet many underserved communities in Canada and abroad don't have access to this technology. Dal's new chapter of the charity RAD-AID is working to solve this problem.
Laura Hynes Jenkins  –  Partnerships, Citizenship, Alumni & Friends
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
For Becky Marval, pushing the boundaries of what it means to be an occupational therapist has become second nature. For the last eight years, Marval has worked with Mobile Outreach Street Health, commonly known as MOSH, as their resident OT.
Kathy MacFarlane  –  News, Alumni & Friends
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Homecoming 2017 was a great success for the Faculty of Health with six events engaging over 400 alum over September 11th-14th.
Colleen MacDonald  –  Alumni & Friends, Alumni & Friends
Thursday, June 15, 2017
One of Dal’s smallest programs, the Bachelor of Health Sciences in Respiratory Therapy may only graduate a dozen students each year, but alum Brandon D’Souza says they are essential to healthcare delivery.
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