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Dalhousie University Faculty of Health Professions present graduate certificate in mental health and addictions. For more information, click here
Dalhousie University presents Anatomy and Assessment of the Hand, Diversity and Inclusion Graduate Certificate and others! Visit the website: http://www.dal.ca/faculty/healthprofessions/healthinstitute.html to learn more!
On May 26th, NICE will host the 2016 Annual NICE Knowledge Exchange (ANKE) at the University of Toronto's Hart House. The theme of this year's conference is "Coming of Age", and our program features renowned experts in the field of aging presenting interactive workshops, sessions on various dimensions of gerontology, panel discussions and a student research competition. The
2016 Annual NICE Knowledge Exchange (ANKE2016) will provide a platform for learning about and responding to policy and practice needs of a new age of older adults, and ensuring that equal citizenship rights are upheld.
Students will have the opportunity to participate in a poster competition, presenting their research that relates to any field of aging. Prizes will be awarded to the best Undergraduate, Masters, and PhD poster. The deadline for submitting abstracts for MSW students is Friday May 6th 2016. Please forward the attached student poster competition information to any student groups. Click here to see the poster and click here for more information.
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(June 22) Today marks an historic day for people experiencing disabilities in our province. That’s because, today, the Disability Strategy’s Citizen Consultation Team (CCT) presented the final Disability Strategy, titled People Before Systems: Transforming the Experience of Disability in Saskatchewan, to Social Services Minister Donna Harpauer.
To view the News Release, please click on this link:
DISABILITY STRATEGY REPORT PRESENTED TO GOVERNMENT
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Dalhousie University School of Occupational Therapy announces 2 year funding package for highly qualified students of up to $40,000 for new PhD in Health program.
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Please click here for the University of Toronto 2014 AFA Report, and award winner list.