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ACHH Student Collaborator and third year Dalhousie University Medical Sciences student, Karlee Johnson, talks about making a difference in her community. Karlee's home is Eskasoni First Nation and says she "knows her future path leads back there." Check out this amazing article written for Dalhousie News about her journey and work so...

The ACHH Initiative's Team, Sharon Rudderham, Eskasoni First Nation Health Director, and Jocelyn Cine, Vice President of Patient Care at the IWK Health Centre were at the Indigenous Health Research Caucus on Parliament Hill on Monday, June 5th! They were able to meet Ministers, MP's, and other policy makers and share our findings about Aboriginal...

ACHH Initiative's Research Trainee and Research Coordinator, Julie Francis, was named a Loretta Saunders Scholarship Awardee for 2017. This scholarship is for Indigenous women who are attending a post-secondary institution in Mi’kma’ki, Nunatsiavut, or Atlantic Canada and who have completed the equivalent of one year of post-secondary education in the previous two...

  Dr. Margot Latimer will presenting a research poster, Development and Testing of an Aboriginal Children’s Interactive Measure of Pain and Hurt Application, at the University of Toronto’s Indigenous Health Conference....