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NSHRF Success Program
The Success Program has been developed to help Nova Scotian investigators succeed at peer reviewed funding competitions and in their career, using all available resources to build a successful program of research. The Success Program has been designed to build skills, make connections and provide support through the following initiatives, each requiring various levels of commitment and time. Read more...
#ResearchersMatter: Dr. Rudolf Uher
There is a national dialogue in Canada surrounding mental health and the need for better access to care and research for those struggling with mental illnesses. Dr. Rudolf Uher, the current Canada Research Chair in Early Intervention in Psychiatry, has assembled a team that is developing targeted interventions for young people at risk to develop a mental illness. Read more...
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The Department of Community Health & Epidemiology at Dalhousie is currently seeking a graduate level trainee for a practicum placement working with a team to understand local barriers to evidence use in health policy making and to identify opportunities to increase the use of evidence in the NS Department of Health and Wellness.
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NSHRF directors and staff are saddened to announce that our colleague and good friend, Eric Rushton, CMA passed away suddenly but peacefully at his Lawrencetown home this week. His obituary noted that his “incredible journey through life was cut short by cancer”.