Kinesiology graduate Ashley Zahavich has started a program called PSA (which stands for Power, Strength and Agility) Fitness to help prostate cancer survivors recovery and gain quality of life through a mix of yoga and strength training exercises. To learn more about the program, click here.
- Dalhousie Nursing graduates serving in Afghanistan – (L-R) – Lieutenant (Navy) Shelli-Dawn White, Captain Lee Sample, Major Melissa Devine, Lieutenant (Navy) Derek Carter and Lieutenant (Navy) Dawn Henneberry.
Five graduates of the School of Nursing, currently serving in Afghanistan, recently took some time to get together and share how the nursing program and Dalhousie University prepared them for their careers. Click here to read their story.
On October 26, the Alumni Association of the School of Health Administration hosted a very successful CHE Preparatory Workshop at Capital Health. The workshop was facilitated by Pat Lee, CEO, Pictou County Health Authority; Catherine MacPherson, CCHL President (MHA 2007); and Reece Bearnes, Alumni President (MHA 2010). Members unable to attend the onsite session could participate through WebEx, which was a great addition to the session. The Alumni Association will be offering the CHE Workshop as one of their annual events.
Dr. Brian Goldman, ER Physician and host of CBC’s “White Coat, Black Art” will be visiting Halifax on the 23rd and 24th of March in a number of events presented by the School of Health Administration Alumni Association. For further information on appearances by Dr. Goldman, please visit the School of Health Administration website.