Hematologic care, education and research
Dalhousie’s Division of Hematology is a research- and education-intensive division. We use these strengths to provide the highest quality clinical care to people with benign or malignant hematological disorders.
Our division, which includes 10 hematologists, collaborates with medicine, nursing and allied health colleagues, to deliver inpatient and outpatient care at the QEII Health Sciences Centre. And, in an effort to help ensure youth and adults across the Atlantic provinces receive the best possible hematological care, we also participate in clinics at the following hospitals:
We’re very committed to high quality clinical research. Division members participate in more than 75 active investigator-initiated and industry-sponsored clinical trials, most of which relate to hematologic cancer and venous thromboembolism.
A focus on education
As a student or resident at Dalhousie Medical School, you’ll find a wide range of educational programs, including:
- undergraduate classes
- postgraduate programs
- continuing education
- a two-year hematology subspecialty training program
Many of our members actively participate in public education as part of advocacy organizations like Myeloma Canada.