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Join ACHH's John R Sylliboy at Cape Breton University Library (1pm) for the launch of the Art from the Heart exhibit which will be on display there for 2 weeks as part of Mi'kmaq History Month!...

ACHH has had so much fun sharing the ART FROM THE HEART exhibit.  Check out some photos of the people we're sharing this information with! [caption id="attachment_6617" align="alignnone" width="980"] Cape Breton Regional Hospital display with ACHH team leads and CBU nursing students[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_6618" align="alignnone" width="980"] ACHH team & community members at...

The Art from the Heart exhibit has received significant recognition from news outlets across Canada helping to spread the word about the need to improve Aboriginal children's health experiences and better understand their expression of pain and hurt. CBC News  - August 17, 2016 Metro News -  August 17, 2016 Global News - August 17, 2016 CTV...

In 2016 ACHH Initiative's Art from the Heart exhibit launched in Eskasoni First Nation at the Sarah Denny Cultural Centre on May 17, 2016.  From there this traveling art exhibit has made it's way across the Maritimes and into Ontario and continues to be showcased today.  The interest and popularity of this...

ACHH presented with Dalhousie University Paediatric Resident Program in partnership with IWK Health Centre, Canadian Paediatric Society, Dalhousie University, Indigenous Health Interest Group and Halifax Public Libraries on a panel discussion on Monday, May 16th, 6:00 pm at the Paul O'Regan Hall Halifax Library. The discussion focused on how Truth and Reconciliation is...

IWK Centre for Pediatric Pain Research and Aboriginal Children's Hurt and Healing Initiative (ACHH) will host an international conference on pediatric pain on October 1-4, 2015 at the beautiful White Point Beach Resort in Nova Scotia. The 10th IFPP will bring together international panelists, scientists and clinicians to share the latest...

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