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  • The Power of Partnerships: Growing a Vibrant Health Research Community – Remote Aboriginal Community Embraces Oral Health

    July 16, 2012 | Dalhousie University, the IWK Health Centre and Capital Health

    Dalhousie University Faculties of Dentistry Medicine and Health Professions, the IWK Health Centre and Capital Health recently produced “The Power of Partnerships: Growing a Vibrant Health Research Community”. Focusing on chronic disease, vulnerable populations, patient care and prevention research, this document highlights some of the ways that our region’s economy and health have been impacted by the collective efforts of researchers in these institutions.

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  • On the forefront of aboriginal health research – Exploring specific health needs of aboriginal communities

    Oct. 5, 2011 | Dal News | Katie McDonald

    Dalhousie professors Debbie Martin and Heather Castleden are working towards better understanding the health issues of Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples. The Canadian Institute of Health Research Institute of Aboriginal People’s Health (CIHR-IAPH) is a virtual institute that supports research initiatives and community-based projects that address the specific health care needs of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada. Its initiatives include the Network Environments for Aboriginal Health Research (NEAHR), with nine centres across the country.

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