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VoxMeDAL celebrating 10 years of Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick
Enjoy this special issue of Vox MeDAL celebrating 10 years of Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick. It gives a new view into the evolution and important contributions of DMNB, under the leadership of its founders and current associate dean, Dr. Jennifer Hall. As well, read about the latest information on new innovations in medicine, upcoming events and stories on Dalhousie Medical School’s students and alumni who are making an impact.
The department of Family Medicine is featured in the following articles:
- "From virus to virtual care: Researcher's examine COVID's impact on access to primary care" on page 68.
- "Virtual CaRMS: COVID-19 forces new approach to annual residency match" on page 72.
- JOHN DeMONT: The joy of the COVID‑19 jab
- Dr. David Gass ‑ In Memoriam
- Congratulations to Dr Helena Piccinini and Dr Michael Vallis, their article on Obesity in adults: a clinical practice guideline was the most read CMAJ article in 2020.
- VoxMeDAL celebrating 10 years of Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick
- Dr. Pam Brown Recognized With a Nova Scotia Human Rights Award
- Not Your Average PUPPY: Research to Support Better Primary Care During a Pandemic
- Program Provides Solution for Keeping Doctors in Rural Areas
- Congratulations to Dr. Susan Ripley for receiving a COVID‑19 Innovation Grant. Six initiatives are receiving a total of $1 million in funding to support their COVID‑19 innovation.