July 21, 2020 In News By

IMPART researcher pushes towards anti-racism classes

Juliana Prestes is collaborating with community groups such as the New Brunswick Black History Society and PRUDE Inc., and calling for racial ethics and Black history classes to be made part of the sentence if a 47-year-old man convicted for his actions during a Black Lives Matter protest in Moncton, New Brunswick. Read TODAY@Dal      

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April 21, 2020 In News By

TELEGRAPH-JOURNAL : ‘Pharmacy is in crisis’: doctor rejects call to remove prescription co-pay

Dr. Keith Brunt, IMPART member and  Associate Professor of Pharmacology at Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick (DMNB), highlights the pressure New Brunswick pharmacies are currently under due to COVID-19 and the impacts that removing the co-pay per prescriptions will have – especially on pharmacists in small, rural communities. Dr. Brunt outlines that “the pharmacy in New

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