In the Media
Equitable and anti-racist health care is a goal that’s not exclusive to Black communities and requires the integration of anti-racism across the health-care system and within both the Nova Scotia Health Authority and the Department of Health and Wellness.
Experts say they need race-based data collection to inform their research and secure funding.
Black women in Nova Scotia are less likely than white women to get mammograms and PAP tests that screen for breast and cervical cancer, a new review out of the University of Toronto has found.
New Glasgow’s Keisha Jefferies has been named a winner of the prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships.
Thirteen black students at Citadel High School in Halifax spent their lunch break Wednesday learning about nursing from four Dalhousie University students who look like them.
Each time Krista Sweet visits Belize to help train health-care workers and fit children with wheelchairs and walkers, she’s reminded of how people with few material assets can survive.