The Nova Scotia Practice Ready Assessment Program (NSPRAP) is an assessment program to ensure that international medical graduates (IMGs) who wish to practice family medicine in Nova Scotia possess appropriate clinical skills and knowledge to provide quality patient care. NSPRAP operates under the auspices of the Dalhousie Department of Family Medicine (DFM) with the financial support of the Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness (NSDoHW), in collaboration with the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia (CPSNS).
For more information on the NSPRA program, please visit their website at nsprap.com
- Primary Care Research Making A Difference
- Dr. Matt Grandy featured on QEII Health Sciences Centre Foundation website
- Dr. Emily Gard Marshall awarded $592,876 in recent CIHR project grant competition
- NS Practice Ready Assessment
- NS Minister of Health announces new family medicine teaching site in North Nova
- Care By Design Delivers Successful Results
- Graduation Event at Southwest Nova Site
- Dalhousie Family Medicine Researchers are co‑PIs on THREE successful Programmatic Grants funded for over $2 million each!