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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."
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.
International collaboration between Dal Health‑NUI Galway forges important connections for OA research
Friday, July 19, 2019
An innovative partnership between Dalhousie and NUI Galway has forged important new links between Atlantic Canada and Ireland while advancing osteoarthritis research.
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
“Overwhelmed,” is how Michelle Mahoney describes her reaction when she heard that the Occupational Therapy’s Class of 2019 had created a student award acknowledging her contributions to the School and the profession of OT as a whole. “I’m so honoured — I can’t tell you how much this award means to me.”
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Will Creene (BHSc’16 – Radiological Technology) grew up in Bristol, England and moved to NS with his family in 2010. After completing a year of science at Dalhousie University he knew he wanted to work in healthcare and being a tech-minded person he decided to enter the Radiological Technology program, which seemed like a natural fit.