Taking place over March 15 and 16, Crossroads features expert panels on current topics in health, excellent student research presentations, workshops, and a special keynote address from Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed, Deputy Chief Medical Officer of Health for the province of Nova Scotia.
- Friday, March 15 at the Halifax Central Library: workshops and presentations from health research leaders.
- Ocean and Health: Have you ever wondered how the health of the Ocean is related to human health? Curious about the importance of this connection? Join us for a panel discussion on this fascinating topic. Ocean and Health Panel Details (PDF)
- Basic Income and Health: What it would be like to have a basic income policy in Nova Scotia? A panel of interdisciplinary speakers will discuss the health, economic and social policy implications of implementing a basic income policy in Nova Scotia. Join us for our second panel discussion of the day. Basic Income Panel Details (PDF)
- Saturday, March 16 at Dalhousie University’s Collaborative Health Education Building (CHEB) : student presentations (oral and poster), keynote, and awards.