May 2022

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Kate Rogers  –  News
Friday, May 27, 2022
A program at Dalhousie Medical School is creating opportunities for students and community partners to contribute to the commitment to social accountability and the Faculty’s strategic pillar of Serving and Engaging Society. On May 3, the Community-Engaged Service Learning Program year-end celebration commemorated its community partners and second-year medical students who had completed their experiences and projects.
Maria Laura Todesco, Public Relations student, Nova Scotia Community College  –  News
Thursday, May 26, 2022
One in eight Canadian women will develop breast cancer during their lifetime. Every day, promising new research is adding to our understanding of this disease, leading to better diagnosis and treatments. So, when Beatrice Hunter Cancer Research Institute (BHCRI) scientific director Dr. Gerry Johnston and his wife Judy lost their only daughter Jen to advanced breast cancer last year, they could think of no better way to honour Jen’s legacy than by asking family and friends to donate to BHCRI.
Jason Bremner, Allie Fournier, and Kate Rogers  –  News
Tuesday, May 24, 2022
It’s a special time of year at Dalhousie—convocation. It symbolizes both a beginning and an end. A celebration of one’s time as a student, and a time to acknowledge the great potential to demonstrate the skills acquired during training. It’s a time to say goodbye to years as an undergraduate student and look ahead to exciting new opportunities.
Jasmine Mah and Kaitlin Sibbald  –  News
Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Half a million Canadians are living with dementia and one in five Canadians has cared for someone with dementia. Dementia is an umbrella term for many conditions causing “loss of memory, language, problem-solving and other thinking abilities that are severe enough to interfere with daily life.”
Staff with files from CBU and the Government of Nova Scotia  –  News
Thursday, May 12, 2022
A new partnership between Dalhousie Medical School and Cape Breton University (CBU) aims to create solutions to alleviate family physician shortages in rural Nova Scotia.