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Nancy Rogers  –  News
Thursday, May 13, 2021
The Nova Scotia Practice Ready Assessment Program (NSPRAP) is pleased to announce that four internationally -trained physicians have successfully completed their assessments
Nancy Rogers  –  News
Friday, May 7, 2021
Drs. Sue Atkinson, Fred Burge, Barry Clarke, Abir Hussein, and Karen McNeil, and Holly Zwicker featured on Doctors Nova Scotia’s Your Doctors website.
Nancy Rogers  –  News
Friday, March 26, 2021
John DeMont receives the AstraZeneca vaccine from Dr. Laura Sadler on Thursday in Halifax.
Jane Gaffney  –  News
Thursday, March 25, 2021
It is with heavy hearts that the Department of Family Medicine must announce the loss of a dedicated faculty member, colleague and friend, Dr. David Gass. Dr. Gass passed away on Friday, March 19, due to injuries sustained from a pedestrian-motor vehicle accident.
Nancy Rogers  –  News
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
VoxMeDAL celebrating 10 years of Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick. It will give you a new view into the evolution and important contributions of DMNB, under the leadership of its founders and current associate dean, Dr. Jennifer Hall.
Nancy Rogers  –  News
Friday, December 11, 2020
Dr. Pamela Brown is being recognized for her lifelong body of work in the area of sex education and women’s health. She has demonstrated a commitment to advancing the rights of women and members of the LGBTQ+ community as a health practitioner, educator, and ally.
Nancy Rogers  –  News
Tuesday, November 17, 2020
Dr. Emily Gard Marshall's research study on Problems Coordinating and Accessing Primary Care for Attached and Unattached Patients in a Pandemic Year (PUPPY Study) featured on the Canadian Institutes of Health Research website.
Nancy Rogers  –  News
Tuesday, October 6, 2020
It’s pretty easy to point out a problem. Finding a solution is where the real work is done. One problem: Rural areas need more family physicians. The solution: Train med-school residents in these rural communities, so they live, work, connect with the community and, in turn, become a part of that community themselves. The result: They choose to stay.
Nancy Rogers  –  News
Monday, August 31, 2020
Dr. Susan Ripley and the Takaya Technology Inc. team have designed an N95 mask that creates an effective and tight-fitting seal, yet is comfortable enough to wear for an entire shift.
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