News» Go to news main
RN & PhD candidate Keisha Jefferies interviewed in"What anti‑racist equitable health care looks like and why it is important"
Posted by Terry Murray-Arnold on June 26, 2020 in Dal Health in the News
“At the end of the day what we're striving for is equitable and anti-racist care.” Dal Health PhD (Nursing candidate Keisha Jefferies, RN interviewed by Chronicle Herald "What anti-racist equitable health care looks like and why it is important" June 26, 2020.
- Nursing grad helped connect with and recruit Indigenous and African Nova Scotian students
- Dal Health Spring Convocation 2023
- Pharmacy grad promoted equity and diversity within program
- 'It started off with a career quiz': Clinical Vision Science grad reflects on her journey to Dal
- Dr. Marsha Campbell‑Yeo receives honorary doctorate from Swedish university
- ‘Now people can see themselves’: Dalhousie researchers, community members, and alumni create diverse image library
- 2023 Crossroads Interdisciplinary Health Research Conference welcomes hundreds of students from across Canada
- Dr. Cheryl Kozey retires after 41 successful years