Dal Health Communications  –  News
Wednesday, April 24, 2024
A prize for outstanding contributions to citizen knowledge and community engagement in the area of health, broadly defined, including yet not limited to: personal, collective, social, structural, environmental, clinical, spiritual, biopsychosocial, cultural, and political dimensions of well-being.
Thursday, April 4, 2024
Stress and academia, two words which unfortunately seem intertwined within post-secondary institutions, making it difficult at times to know where one’s work and non-work lives begin and end. Let’s face it, the pandemic has not made it easier to disconnect from work.
Dal Health Communications  –  Inside Dal Health, News
Monday, March 11, 2024
We are so pleased to announce that Dr. Terrence Lewis has accepted the inaugural position of Associate Dean, Equity and Inclusion, Office of the Dean, Faculty of Health for a term commencing from June 1, 2024, to June 30, 2029.
Dal Health Communications  –  News, College of Pharmacy
Monday, February 26, 2024
Dr. Kyle Wilby accepted the position of Director, College of Pharmacy/Assistant Dean, Faculty of Health, for a term commencing from July 1, 2024, to June 30, 2029.
Stephanie Brown  –  PhD in Health, News, Research
Tuesday, February 13, 2024
Emily Drake, PhD in Health candidate, was the only PhD Atlantic Canadian winner of the inaugural Canadian Cancer Society’s 2023 Master’s and PhD Research Training Awards Competition and was awarded $52,500. Among her other scholarships, Drake was previously awarded the Faculty of Health’s Leon and Rose Zitner Prize.
Terry Murray-Arnold  –  News, Innovation, School of Nursing
Sunday, January 28, 2024
Registered nurses wanting to gain advanced skills and education in mental health and addictions care now have the opportunity to do so in Nova Scotia through a new Dal program.
Mathieu Hebert, Dal Health freelance writer  –  School of Health Administration, Partnerships, News, Research
Thursday, January 25, 2024
Named PRICES, the study aims to prospectively learn from the purchasing and dietary behaviours of hospital staff in Nova Scotia during a five-year period. Dr. Mah and her team hope to create a better understanding of dietary choices.
Josey Houle, Dal Health freelance writer  –  News, School of Health and Human Performance
Friday, December 8, 2023
On October 14, the Everyday Moments of Leisure research project was transformed into the interactive ‘Even if just for a minute…’ exhibit for Nocturne spectators to enjoy in front of the World Tea House. Nocturne is an annual visual arts festival that has taken place across Halifax since 2008.
Josey Houle, Dal Health freelance writer  –  School of Social Work, Inside Dal Health, News
Friday, December 1, 2023
As Manager of e-Learning, Terris Klaus oversees the SSW’s Bachelor’s of Social Work (BSW) and Master’s of Social Work (MSW) Distance Education programs. Some of her main responsibilities include working with professors to develop skills and confidence to teach in an online environment, assisting students and professors with Distance Education program-related concerns, and staying current in contemporary developments in e-Learning including Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies. Terris Klaus appreciates the variety of duties that shape her role.
Terry Murray-Arnold  –  News, Research, School of Health Sciences
Thursday, November 23, 2023
A Dalhousie professor has been awarded a grant of just under $280,000 for his latest work on MRI technologies. Dr. Steven Beyea has been researching diagnostic imaging technologies for over 25 years. He currently works as a professor of diagnostic radiology with cross appointment to the School of Health Sciences.

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