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Dal Health Achievements ‑ September 2017
Faculty and Staff Achievements
- Dr. Lori Weeks, School of Nursing, received a Justice Partnership and Innovation grant in the amount of $159,406 for "Identifying and responding to the needs of diverse older women who experince intimate partner violence."
- Dr. Marilyn MacDonald, School of Nursing, received a 2016 Sigma Theta Tau International/Canadian Nurses Foundation grant in the amount of $5,000 for "The experiences and perceptions of unpaid caregivers providing care for community-dwelling adults with dementia: A Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) qualitative systematic review."
- Dr. Erna Snelgrove-Clarke, School of Nursing, and Krista Ritchie (MSVU), received a NSHRF Catalyst Grant in the amount of $5,000 for "Building evidence-based practice capacity in Nova Scotia schools."
- Dr. Ingrid Waldron, School of Nursing and Dr. Sara Torres, School of Social Work have received an NSHRF Developmental Innovative Grant in the amount of $14,998 for "Examining protective factors for children's welfare: The case of Indigenous, African Nova Scotian, and immigrant refugee children of HRM."
- Dr. Steven Beyea, School of Health Sciences, chaired the 14th International Conference on MRI Microscopy held in Halifax on August 13 - 17, 2017. The conference attracted attendees from over 20 countries to discuss the most recent advances in the development and application of magnetic resonance microscopy.
- Dr. Marsha Campbell-Yeo, School of Nursing, is one of 70 leaders in scholarly, scientific and artistic pursuits named to the Royal Society of Canada for 2017.
- Dr. Ellen Hickey, School of Human Communication Disorders, has completed a second edition of "Dementia: Person-Centred Assessment and Intervention" with co-editor Michelle Bourgeois.
- Jennifer Searle (MN, Nursing) has received an NSHRF Scotia Scholar award for her research into the role of nurses in LGBTQ+ health. Jennifer is supervised by Dr. Lisa Goldberg, School of Nursing.
- Timothy Disher (PhD, Nursing) has been awarded the Vanier Scholarship for "Cost-effectiveness of single family room care in a Canadian NICU: A randomized controlled trial." Timothy will receive $50,000 per year for three-years to fund his research.
- Neda Alizadeh Takhtehchoobi (PhD Health) received the NSHRF 2017 George Turnbull Student Research Award in recognition of her Parkinson's Disease research. Neda will receive $1,000 to fund her research.
- Advocating for a basic personal income for Nova Scotians
- The Youth Project: 25 years of support for the LGBTQ2+ community
- Dal Health Professional Development Fund off to a great start
- Hearing loss leaves many struggling with costs and subsidy shortage
- Halifax researcher developing technology to help canoe and kayak athletes reach the podium
- Stroke science stokes Olympic medal hopes
- Dal Nursing students participate in first‑ever naloxone training in Nova Scotia
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