Family doctors are asking Nova Scotians to roll up their sleeves to receive a flu shot. This year, it’s even more important to be vaccinated against the influenza virus and its complications.
Dr. Heather Johnson, of Bridgewater, N.S., was installed as Doctors Nova Scotia’s President during the association’s virtual annual conference on Saturday, June 12, 2021.
The recent discovery of the mass grave of 215 children in Kamloops is a tragic example of present-day Canada, not a reminder of Canada’s history. We grieve with the residential school survivors and their relations on Turtle Island.
Twenty Nova Scotians who have inspired others, raised spirits or helped people cope during the COVID-19 pandemic have been chosen to receive the Dr. Robert Strang Community Hero Award.
Doctors Nova Scotia (DNS) stands in solidarity in the fight against anti-Black racism, violence and injustice toward people of African descent in the U.S. and across the world.
Doctors Nova Scotia has reached tentative agreements with the Department of Health and Wellness on new four-year contracts for the province’s doctors. The contracts will be presented to Nova Scotia’s physicians for ratification.
Dr. Gary Ernest, of Liverpool, N.S., was installed as Doctors Nova Scotia’s President during the association’s annual conference on Saturday, June 8, 2019 in Halifax.
Members of the public and health-care providers are invited to join Dr. Constance LeBlanc and Dr. Sam Campbell as they discuss how to talk about unnecessary tests and treatments. The event is taking place on Tuesday, April 9, 2019 from 6:30–8:30 p.m.
Today’s provincial budget announcement misses the mark when it comes to creating an environment that will keep doctors practising here and that will make Nova Scotia a desired place for physicians to live and work.