May 2021

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Natasha Breward  –  News
Friday, May 28, 2021
Students from Dal and Mount Saint Vincent University received fourthat required participants to develop and present specific plans for supporting SKIP’s, work. weeks of knowledge-mobilization training before a final challenge
Mark Campbell  –  News
Friday, May 28, 2021
The Aurum Awards celebrate Dalhousie alumni for their outstanding achievements and contributions in research and innovation, community engagement and leadership. This year, we recognize five individuals who are helping to build a better world through their work and generosity on a local, national and global level.
Melanie Starr and Jason Bremner  –  News
Friday, May 21, 2021
Convocation is a special time of year at Dalhousie Medical School; the culmination of so many journeys and experiences, a celebration of both time spent on campus and exciting new chapters set to begin.
Melanie Starr  –  News
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
To put an end to the backlog, Dr. Sadek sent an email to all residents in the Department of Pathology and to colleagues in the Faculty of Medicine on April 26, calling for reinforcements to assist staff members already working around the clock in the Microbiology Lab at the QEII Health Sciences Centre.
Michele Charlton  –  News
Thursday, May 6, 2021
Medical physicist Dr. James Robar was one of six 2021 Governor General’s Innovation Award recipients announced by the Rideau Hall Foundation Tuesday in recognition for his work creating technology that improves the experience of cancer patients receiving radiation therapy
Allie Fournier  –  News
Monday, May 3, 2021
The Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick PoCUS (Point-of-Care Ultrasound) Club is the first ever ultrasound machine lending library for medical students in Canada. Under the guidance of Dr. David Lewis, Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Dalhousie University, a group of dedicated Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick (DMNB) students spearheaded this project in response to the limited in-person practice time with ultrasound machines due to the COVID-19 pandemic.