Dr. Pilon, also an assistant professor of psychiatry in Dal’s Faculty of Medicine, is the first recipient of the Dr. Charles J.A. Hayes Lifetime Contribution Award, which is named after a well-respected psychologist and long-time APNS member and pioneer.
Physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, managers and other health professionals learned more about the dynamics of COVID-19 transmission, infection, testing, prevention and more, in preparation for the second wave of the pandemic in a virtual conference hosted by the Simulation Education Network and Dalhousie’s Office of Continuing Professional Development and Medical Education.
An international team of researchers led by Dalhousie immunologists and critical care specialists in Spain has found key biomarkers in the plasma of COVID-19 patients, which will help predict the severity of illness and could lead to new treatments for the virus.
With the launch of the inaugural Black Analysis Lecture Series on November 26th, Dr. OmiSoore Dryden, the James R. Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies, is taking a closer look at these health disparities and how they impact Black lives.
Earlier this year, Dr. Marshall was set to tackle some of the much needed research on those primary care wait-lists. But then—as was the case with so many things in our lives—the COVID-19 pandemic arrived and changed everything.