FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
When? The first Thursday of every month.
Where? Rounds will be held in the new Cineplex O.E. Smith Theatre on the main floor
What Is Research Rounds?
Each month, a researcher (who is often a clinician as well) from the Health Centre will present their research. This discussion will be appropriate to an audience with a wide range of backgrounds.
Who Can Attend?
Anyone! We want everyone, both within and outside the health centre, to attend. Feel free to drop in and grab some coffee and a morning snack while you learn something new! Free and open to the Public.
Why Should You Come?
Have you ever wondered how decisions get made in the health system? How doctors, nurses, or psychologists develop the best plan of care? Patient care, and the research that improves care, is everyone’s business. These quick 45-minute conversations allow researchers to give an overview of the evidence in their field, to discuss research that is happening right now in a way that makes sense to everyone This is a great opportunity to learn about local research, and to learn more about a topic that may directly relate to your health.
Schedule of Presenters for 2018
To see a summary of past Research Rounds talks, please click on the title of the talk for that month.
Have you attended a rounds talk? Please complete an evaluation, tell us what you learned, and what could be improved!
The IWK Health Centre is respected for its world-class research into disorders and diseases affecting women, children, youth and families and is home to many leading research centres.
Learn more about our research centres by visiting one of the links below.
Dalhousie University Health Law and Policy Seminar Series - Of Bricks and Blood: Institutional Conscience Objections to MAID and Abortion | November 23, 2018
Dalhousie University Health Law and Policy Seminar Series - Cannabis Legislation: Past, Present and Future | January 18, 2019
Dalhousie University Health Law and Policy Seminar Series - Advance Requests for Medical Assistance in Dying: Ethical and Legal Considerations | February 8, 2019