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Faculty of Health Sciences Newsletter | March 23rd, 2018

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Bachelor of Health Sciences agreements highlight college-university collaboration

Queen’s University has signed agreements with 10 Ontario colleges which will allow students enrolled in a one-year health-centred certificate program to gain advanced standing in a Queen’s online health degree.

New articulation agreements signed with colleges across Ontario, including Kingston’s St. Lawrence College, will allow graduates of the colleges’ Pre-Health Sciences advanced pathway who enroll in the Queen’s online Bachelor of Health Sciences program to receive credit for roughly one semester of courses.

Colleges who have signed onto this agreement:
• Algonquin College, Ottawa
• Cambrian College, Sudbury
• Fleming College, Peterborough
• Georgian College, Barrie
• Humber College, Toronto
• Loyalist College, Belleville
• Niagara College, Niagara-on-the-Lake
• Northern College, Timmins
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1st Annual Employee Engagement Event - May 17, 2018 #WEAREFHS

Join us for an exciting day!
The Employee Engagement event is an opportunity for networking, collaboration and professional development! The Queen’s University Faculty of Health Sciences invites you to attend the 1st Annual Staff Collaboration Day on Thursday May 17, 2018. You will hear from motivational speakers, participate in fun events, engage in smaller workshops, and network with other FHS employees!

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The Canadian Institute for Military and Veterans Health (CIMVHR) Forum 2017 - an outstanding success

There was an indescribable energy in the air as more than 600 delegates came together from around the world for the Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research’s Forum 2017, forming the organization’s largest conference to date. As Chair of the Board of CIMVHR, I couldn’t have been more proud.

Drs. Damon Dagnone and Renée Fitzpatrick receive Principal's Teaching and Learning Awards

The 2017 winners of the Principal’s Teaching and Learning Awards have been announced with awards being handed out in educational leadership, student services, and curriculum development. Two of the three awards were given to Health Sciences faculty members Drs. Damon Dagnone and Renée Fitzpatrick.

The awards, created in 2015, recognize individuals and teams who have shown exceptional innovation and leadership in teaching and learning on campus and are administered by the Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL).

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