"A Mi’kmaw nurse and why his ‘familiar face’ is very much needed in Nova Scotia health care" read about RN, mentor and Dal Nursing Masters (NP) student Tanas Sylliboy's journey to nursing in the Halifax Star.  

Dawn Morrison  –  News
Friday, August 23, 2019
The Government of Canada has recognized the work of Dr. Jeff Karabanow (Social Work). In March, he received the Senate 150th Anniversary Medal, awarded to those who are “actively involved in their communities who, through generosity, dedication, volunteerism and hard work, make their hometowns, communities, regions, provinces or territories a better place to live.”
Stephanie Brown  –  PhD in Health
Friday, August 2, 2019
Nila Joshi grew up with a forest in her backyard, so she was always playing outside and using her imagination. She built forts, and a stick could be anything she wanted it to be. Now, she’s researching how playing with open-ended materials like those can benefit children.
Stephanie Brown  –  Dal Health in the News
Tuesday, July 30, 2019
Faculty of Health  –  Inside Dal Health
Friday, July 26, 2019
Dawn Morrison  –  Partnerships, News
Monday, July 22, 2019
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.
Terry Murray-Arnold  –  Students
Monday, July 22, 2019
PhD candidate Keisha Jefferies' research is focussed on understanding the perspectives and experiences of African Nova Scotia nurses who practice in the Canadian health care system. "I am interested in understanding and describing how intersections, or the socially constructed concepts of race, class and gender, impact their ability to practice nursing leadership."
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