The School of Health Administration Alumni Association is pleased to present “Quality and Patient Safety: How Doctors Think (And How Sometimes They Don’t)” by Dr. Pat Croskerry, Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and Division of Medical Education, as part of their “Excellence in Health” speaker series. The event is taking place on Thursday, December 1st from 7:00 – 9:00 pm at the Regency Ballroom in the Lord Nelson Hotel. All are welcome.
Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation Picchione Visiting Scholar Program
Dr. Stephen Page
‘Neuroplasticity and its Clinical Applications in Stroke’
Friday July 22, 2011
8:30 am – 9:30 am
N303 (3rd Floor Theatre)
Life Sciences Research Institute
Stephen J. Page, PhD, FAHA is a professor of Rehabilitation Sciences, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Neurology and Neurosciences and is the Director of the Motor Recovery Laboratory, University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center. Dr. Page is best known for his work concerned with the recovery of movement and function after stroke, including his pioneering work with the use of constraint induced movement therapy and mental imagery in neurorehabilitation.
For more information please contact Dr. Shaun Boe (email@example.com).
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.
The Picchione Lecture series serves to engage public interest and understanding of the role of health research in delivering quality health care. This year, the lecture will be on the “Prevention of Cancer: Partnerships to Reduce the Risks” and will be led by Dr. Louise Parker.
This free public lecture will be held in the Ondaatje Auditorium of the McCain Building from 6:30 – 8:00 pm, with a wine and cheese reception follwing. To RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 494-6834. For further information, please visit the IHRTP website.