Depending what day and time you arrive at the Dartmouth North Community Food Centre, you could find yourself in the midst of a family supper, a community lunch, the Good Food Café and produce market, a cooking workshop or a gentle yoga class, among other possibilities. Whenever you go, you’ll find a sense of belonging.
Just imagine the stress and anxiety you and your family might face if a loved one was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). There would be so many questions and sometimes difficult decisions to be made at a time when you are struggling to understand what is happening and why.
Through research, teaching and clinical application, Dr. Robar, who serves as the Chief of Medical Physics at Nova Scotia Health Authority, has helped develop innovative techniques that have contributed to better patient care not only in Nova Scotia, but across the world.
Janet Knox, President and CEO of Nova Scotia Health Authority, has signed the United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week Public Declaration of Interfaith Peace and Friendship. Janet joins other community, business and government leaders in acknowledging, respecting, affirming and appreciating “diverse faiths, spiritual paths and secular beliefs within our community and world.”
The great limitation in diagnosing and treating disorders of the middle and inner ear has always been the inability to obtain high-resolution images of the delicate structures inside this bone-encased area.
Nova Scotia Health Authority (Central Zone: Halifax area and West Hants) is continuing with its Diversity Bursary program as a step to creating a more diverse workforce that better represents the communities we serve.
For the past 10 years, the South Shore Bursary Program has been helping students entering the healthcare field to achieve their goals.. One of those student recipients was Rachel Eddy, who was first awarded the bursary in 2012 when she entered the Practical Nursing program at Nova Scotia Community College.