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Convocation Q&A ‑ Leah Carrier, Nursing

Posted by Trudi Smith on May 29, 2018 in Citizenship, Students, News, Research

Leah Carrier. (Provided photo)

To celebrate Convocation 2018, we chatted with students across the Faculty. Today, we're catching up with School of Nursing, BScN grad Leah Carrier:

What's the most exciting thing about graduating?

"I am really excited to be starting my career as a registered nurse at the Halifax Infirmary as well as working on research at Dalhousie and the IWK Health Centre. I am also excited to have a bit of time to do some self-care and get outside this summer!"

What will you miss most about Dal?

"I will miss my classmates and colleagues from the Nursing program - there is a special bond and understanding when you go through such a challenging program together."

What's next for you?

"I'm starting the MScN program here at Dal in the fall, where I'll be working with Marsha Campbell-Yeo at the MOM-LINC Lab at the IWK. I will be completing a project that explores the role culture plays in parent-targeted interventions for pediatric pain. I will also be working in a research lab that focuses on Indigenous health and as a registered nurse in orthopedics and general medicine."

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Leah received a Governors' Award for work this year!