I am honoured to have this scholarship in my name but it represents the commitment, hard work and creativity of the many Nova Scotian health care workers who have lead us though the COVID pandemic. Thank you to each and every one of the donors for supporting the creation of o more inclusive and equitable health care system in Nova Scotia.
Diversity, equity and inclusion is so important for both providers and consumers of healthcare in Nova Scotia and warrant support and promotion. Dr Strang’s compassion, high ethical standards and responsible leadership are the perfect backdrop for this initiative.
Dal Medicine Class of ‘94
Dr. Jeff Sutherland has been an inspiring soul to myself and my family. Lots of love and prayers from the Mathur family!
Richard and Grace Beazley
The scholarship is a great idea, with a great purpose, and for those students not often designated for scholarships, and also a big reason is it's in honour of our fabulous Dr. Strang.
RBC Social Impact Hub
Let's get this done. Together we can start the societal improvement rather than just talking about how it is needed.
This is a wonderful and timely initiative that I'm pleased to support. Covid has cast a bright light on the valuable work of health leaders. This important work will continue after the pandemic - much as it was before the pandemic - mostly quietly, but with passion and dedication to excellence. Ensuring that health leadership education is accessible to students with diverse backgrounds will
Dr Strang is a hero of this pandemic. Well educated , calm , knows how to talk to the general population. Deserves accolades and a vacation !!
If nothing else, COVID has really uncovered the problem of health inequity world-wide. This is a great opportunity for me to give back, as a Dal alumnus, and help someone else make a difference for our world.
Huge thanks to Robert Zed. Dr. Strang deserves the thanks of every Nova Scotian.
Sandra Zed Finless
A positive and forward looking initiative in healthcare with inspirational leadership!!