Weaving the Story
September 24, 2020, 12:00 PM
Kelly Bang Guest Lecturer Stephanie Bizzeth shared her insights during her presentation: Weaving the Story: Exploring the Person, Environment and Occupation of an African Nova Scotian Experience.
'Tremendous accomplishment': MSc OT grad accomplishes goal of acheiving graduate degree
June 4, 2020, 12:00 PM
A Q&A profile with Patti Moores, a Master of Science (Occupational Therapy Post-Professional) graduate who lives in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Innovative Photo Exhibit Part of Project to Build Supports for Newcomers
January 17, 2020, 12:00 PM
Picturing Recreation photo exhibit was the first step in Empowering newcomers for recreation leadership
OT student presentations and publications
August 6, 2019, 12:00 PM
First eOTo OT Knowledge Sharing Workshop a Success!
March 11, 2019, 12:00 PM
Karen Joudrey recently initiated an interactive workshop format in partnership with the Nova Scotia Society of Occupational Therapists (NSSOT)
News from the Faculty of Health
Nursing professor named Quality and Patient Safety Research Chair at IWK Health
Dr. Janet Curran, professor with the Faculty of Health's School of Nursing and Clinician Scientist at IWK Health has been named the inaugural Quality and Patient Safety (QPS) Applied Research Chair at IWK Health.
Initiative to create enhanced learning space for students
The School of Health and Human Performance is creating a new space designed to inspire innovation and collaboration. The project to renovate the old cardio room in Dalplex is expected to be complete in Fall 2021. The end result will be a shared space that will serve as a teaching lab, a space for discussion and a place for coaches to meet with team members.
‘A Rewarding Profession’: The first Black Nova Scotian to graduate from the College of Pharmacy, Bruce Johnson, reflects on career and community
When Bruce Johnson (BScPH’74) decided to attend the Dalhousie College of Pharmacy more than 40 years ago, he didn’t realize he’d be making history as the first black Nova Scotian to graduate from the College in the province.
Dal Health grad student creating representation in fitness for the Black community
“Look at us, we’re here, we’re doing this – you can too.” That’s what Joy Chiekwe says is the goal behind the newly formed Black Wellness Cooperative, a group of Black health & wellness professionals in Nova Scotia dedicated to creating connections in underrepresented communities.
Dr. Theresa Tam gives kudos to Dal course on addressing stigma in Canada’s health system
To say Canada’s CPHO (Chief Public Health Officer) Dr. Theresa Tam is busy these days would be an understatement. Dr. Tam is the lead health professional in the country and advises Canada’s public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Recently, Dalhousie University Faculty of Health’s Dr. Sherry Huybers (School of Health and Human Performance) was pleasantly surprised to get kudos and a personal thank you from Dr. Tam.