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Wednesday, July 13, 2022
YMCA LiveWell program aims to improve physical and mental health with partners from Dalhousie and Acadia.
Dr. Ruth Martin-Misener (Director, School of Nursing) and Dr. Tanya Packer (Director, School of Health Administration) were recently invited to present their work with primary care at the Nova Scotia Health Authority’s Annual General Meeting in Truro. Drs. Martin-Misener and Packer are working in collaboration with the Primary Care and Chronic Disease Portfolio at NHSA.
International collaboration between Dal Health‑NUI Galway forges important connections for OA research
Friday, July 19, 2019
An innovative partnership between Dalhousie and NUI Galway has forged important new links between Atlantic Canada and Ireland while advancing osteoarthritis research.
A Two‑Way Street: Nursing Students from Dal and Tanzania's Muhimbili University Benefit from a Long‑Standing Partnership
“Building relationships is incredibly important,” says Nursing professor, Dr. Megan Aston. “It’s a two way street when it comes to learning and teaching.” This philosophy is the basis of a successful 30-year partnership between Dal and Muhimbili University in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania that has impacted the lives and careers of Nursing students from both institutions.
Dal Health contributes to Canada's first "State of the Nation" report on children's physical literacy
Dal Health researchers contribute to large national research project led by the Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group (HALO) at the CHEO Research Institute.
Matt Numer, assistant professor in the School of Health and Human Performance and chair of the prEP Action Committee, recently spoke to a number of media outlets about the increase in HIV cases in Nova Scotia.
Cross-Faculty teams have been hard at work over the past months, planning our signature Dal 200th events: the Healthy Living, Healthy Life Conference (September 19 – 21) and the Shaun T Community Workout (September 22).
Emily Drake (PhD in Health) and Perri Tutelman (PhD in Clinical Psychology) are in two different Dal programs, but their skills and research interests complement one another. Recently, the students were invited to speak at CancerCon in Denver, Colorado. They were two of only three Canadians invited to speak at the conference.
In the fall of 1993, Maura Donovan was a student in the Bachelor of Social Work program at Dalhousie about to begin her second field placement. Witnessing the widespread challenges LGBTQ2+ youth experienced, Donovan decided to see if she could start a support program for her field placement.