'Tremendous accomplishment': MSc OT grad accomplishes goal of acheiving graduate degree
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
Picturing Recreation photo exhibit was the first step in Empowering newcomers for recreation leadership
OT student presentations and publications
First eOTo OT Knowledge Sharing Workshop a Success!
Karen Joudrey recently initiated an interactive workshop format in partnership with the Nova Scotia Society of Occupational Therapists (NSSOT)
SOT Assistant Prof. Named Canadian Occupational Therapist Federation 2019 Scholar!
News from the Faculty of Health Professions
Welcome from Dal Health's Associate Deans Academic and Research
Welcome to our new and returning students from Dal Health's Dr. Marion Brown, Associate Dean (Academic) and Dr. Shaun Boe, Associate Dean (Research).
Weaving the Story: Exploring the Person, Environment, and Occupation of an African Nova Scotian experience
Stephanie Bizzeth is a 6th generation African Nova Scotian and 2017 MScOT graduate who grew up in Cole Harbour, NS. When younger, she had plans of working in healthcare as she loved to help people but when math became her Achilles heel she was dissuaded from pursuing sciences at the university level.
Welcome to Dal Health!
We are so pleased to welcome you with a prayer and land acknowledgment from Elder Geri Musqua-LeBlanc, a performance by Drummers from Home, and some words from Michelle Williams (Assistant Professor, Dal Law and Lead, Dalhousie African Nova Scotian Strategy) and Dal Health Dean Dr. Brenda Merritt.
Memo from the Dean: Scholar Strike
You have likely seen the email from the Acting Provost and Vice-President Academic, the Vice-Provost (Equity & Inclusion), and the Chair of Senate with details about the Scholar Strike initiative. This is a labour action/teach-in/social justice advocacy movement, taking place from September 9-10, 2020. We fully support this event highlighting the ongoing systemic injustice and police brutality and violence in the US, Canada and beyond.
Mother, Researcher, Scholar: PhD in Health Candidate Awarded Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation Scholarship
Parenting is not always easy, nor is the life of a health professional, and the life of a scholar is no walk in the park either. But for recent Kappa Kappa Gamma (KKG) scholarship recipient, Emily Drake, this is just her daily routine. The KKG award is a scholarship that was established by the Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation of Canada.