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Steve Aiken  –  Research
Thursday, October 19, 2017
The Research Profile is an in depth look at research being conducted in the FHP. Each profile highlights the research achievements, goals and interests of a faculty member in their own words. This month - Steve Aiken from the School of Human Communication Disorders
Trudi Smith  –  Dal Health in the News, Research, News
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Dalhousie recently joined The Conversation Canada, a new-to-Canada media outlet providing independent, high-quality explanatory journalism reaching millions of readers around the world. Dal Health researchers are invited to contribute articles.
Terry Murray-Arnold  –  Dal Health in the News, Research
Monday, July 17, 2017
Dr. Lynn Shaw, Assistant Dean, Dal Health/Director, School of Occupational Therapy is exploring the changing world of work in Canada by studying over 200 songs from 1800 to the present.
Jeff Karabanow  –  Research, Research
Thursday, June 15, 2017
The Research Profile is an in depth look at research being conducted in the FHP. Each profile highlights the research achievements, goals and interests of a faculty member in their own words. This month - Dr. Jeff Karabanow from the School of Social Work.
Caitlyn Ayn and Brittany Barber  –  News, Students, Research, News
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
This year’s Crossroads Interdisciplinary Health Research Conference was a real milestone. The event celebrated its 15th anniversary – making it one of the longest running student-led conferences of its kind - with the largest number of delegates and attendees in its history.
Trudi Smith  –  Research, News, News
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Innovation takes time, patience and collaboration. Just ask Dr. Ingrid Sketris from Dalhousie’s College of Pharmacy who participated in a series of studies over ten years involving a team of researchers and student trainees from diverse academic backgrounds. Their aim? Changing the way children with a wheezy illness are treated in the emergency department at the IWK.
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