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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.
- BRIC NS lays foundation for a future of better care
- A day of collaborative focus means better research and health outcomes for Nova Scotians.
- BRIC NS seeks community input on research
- Dr. Tara Dahn Halifax Site PGY1 Resident Published in the Canadian Journal of Diagnosis
- MAAP Study Published In Oxford University Press
- Dr. Alethea Lacas Awarded Faculty Development Certificate of Completion
- Dr. Maria Patriquin Awarded CFPC's Caring and Compassion Grant
- Dr. Fred Burge, Inaugural Recipient of Lifetime Achievement Award