The BRIC NS Student Seminar Series is an opportunity for students across Nova Scotia to share their completed or in-progress research. Presentations cover a wide variety of disciplines, but all address the common thread of primary and integrated healthcare. Everyone is welcome!
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Date: March 19th, 2023
Time: 12:00 –1:00 pm AST
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The seminar will cover two topics:
- Rebecca Correia will present “The Health System Impacts of Care of the Elderly Family Physician Care in Canada: What We Know About Competencies, Practice Patterns, and Care Quality”
- Alicia-Grant Singh will present “Prescribing opioid agonist treatment in primary care: Narrative sod primary care providers in Nova Scotia”
About the Speakers
Rebecca Correia is a 3rd year PhD candidate in Health Research Methodology at McMaster University with anticipated graduation in 2024. Conducting research under the supervision of Dr. Andrew Costa.
Alicia-Grant Singh is in her last year of MA Health Promotion program at Dalhousie, expected to graduate in May 2023. Conducting research under the supervision of Dr. Lois Jackson. She works in a casual position as a RN in the Emergency Department.