NEW 2017 AMPS Course
Assessment of Motor & Process Skills Course
Learning the ropes: Orientation to the on‑line OT (Post‑Professional) Program
The Orientation Process
Certificate in Disability Management
An Overview of the Program
From our Faculty: Niki Kiepek
An update from Faculty
Alumni Meet and Greet
News from the Faculty of Health Professions
Health Administration's Chris Simms in the BMJ blog on Brexit and the vengeance of unintended consequences
Chris Simms: Brexit and the vengeance of unintended consequences
Exploring the changing world of work though song
Dr. Lynn Shaw, Assistant Dean, Dal Health/Director, School of Occupational Therapy is exploring the changing world of work in Canada by studying over 200 songs from 1800 to the present.
Health Administration's Chris Simms in the BMJ blog on the racialization of healthcare
Chris Simms: Canada at 150, the racialization of healthcare
Working together for Wheezy Will: Health students participate in Interprofessional Simulation Day in Yarmouth
On June 5th, students from eight professions spanning the field of health participated in Interprofessional Education (IPE) Simulation Day in Yarmouth.
A day of collaborative focus means better research and health outcomes for Nova Scotians
On May 17, 2017, a diverse group gathered in Halifax for Primary Health Care Research Day to discuss some of the most complex issues facing the Nova Scotia Health Care system.