Réseau Santé issues some news releases in English, which you will find below. For all the latest news from Réseau Santé, refer to our complete list of news releases (in French only).
Réseau Santé is launching the Bonjour-Hello logo, which allows people working in the health field to inform their patients/clients that they can serve them in French. A number of tools bearing the logo, including pins, posters, stickers for windows, desktop signs and small stickers, among others, are available free-of-charge. People… Lire la suite →
Réseau Santé launched a survey for Nova Scotia’s Acadian and francophone community in order to better understand their experiences with health care services in French. The survey deals with active offer of health care services in French and how requests for them are handled in facilities run by the Nova… Lire la suite →
Réseau Santé – Nouvelle-Écosse is proud to announce the publication of a directory of health care providers in central Nova Scotia who can serve patients and clients in French. The directory is available free-of-charge in an electronic format on Réseau Santé’s website and as a printed booklet. It includes health… Lire la suite →
Français Réseau Santé – Nouvelle-Écosse is pleased with provincial appointments to coordinate French-language services at two government bodies that are vital to the provision of health services in Nova Scotia. Gaston Saulnier was appointed as the provincial French-language services consultant at the Nova Scotia Health Authority and Michael Warner assumes… Lire la suite →
Français Réseau Santé – Nouvelle-Écosse invites members of the Acadian and francophone community across Nova Scotia to sign up for its mental health training workshops. Offered in French, these workshops seek to strengthen community capacity in mental health by equipping members of the community with the skills to help someone… Lire la suite →
Français Researchers at the IWK are launching a research project in collaboration with Réseau Santé – Nouvelle-Écosse to identify the service needs of Acadian and francophone families in Nova Scotia who are dealing with the challenges of autism. The study is aimed at French-speaking parents and guardians who have a… Lire la suite →