The Faculty of Health Sciences proudly recognized the students who demonstrated academic excellence throughout their studies. During the evening of November 28th, 2019, Dean Thibault, Faculty and students reunited to hear an inspiring speech by guest speaker Suzanne Pinet, discover our graduate programs and attend a networking session. Thank you to everyone who participated and helped make this event a success!
The Knowledge Mobilization Excellence Award (KMbE Award) is designed to recognize researcher’s excellence in knowledge mobilization.This award will contribute to the promotion and recognition of KMb excellence at uOttawa, while offering financial support for continued KMb efforts.
With a focus on the student experience, research and communication, the Faculty of Health Sciences reaffirms its commitment to remain a recognized leader in innovative approaches to active living, health promotion, and quality health services.
The School of Nursing counts two new inductees into the American Academy of Nursing. The international distinction was granted to Professor Dave Holmes and Professor Dawn Stacey, for their leadership and contributions to nursing research and education.
The award recognizes the exceptional contribution made by a nurse working in the area of clinical practice, education, research, and/or administration to the advancement of Nursing’s role in HIV/AIDS care.
Held annually on April 26th, World IP Day is a celebration of innovation and creativity. This year’s theme was Reach for Gold: IP and Sports; Dr. Blaine Hoshizaki was invited as a one of four panellists for the event.
Dr. Patrick O’Byrne, Associate Professor in the School of Nursing, receives the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) Chair in Public Health and HIV prevention, part of the Endgame Funding Program, for his community-based project Nurse-led PEP, PrEP, and rapid HIV treatment: producing real-life impact for patients in Ottawa and Ontario.
Thirty-one members of national Olympic committees and top sports organizations from around the world spent 10 days on campus in January, studying for an executive master’s and sampling the delights of an Ottawa winter.