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Survey examines stress, burnout in doctors

Dr. Michael Leiter, a professor of psychology at Acadia University, explains a "crisis of values" and a lack of balance between work and life is a prescription for burnout for Canada's doctors. Reported in the Leader-Post.

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Acadia Exchange Program Expands Down Under

Acadia University has recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the University of Newcastle, Australia, which will expand Acadia’s existing Study Abroad Exchange Program to 15 premier institutions in Europe, Australia, Caribbean, Asia, and more than two dozen institutions in the United States.

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Legacies of African N.S. women highlight February events

The Feb. 5 Valley launch of African Heritage Month in Nova Scotia included a tribute to “the unsung matriarchs” of African Nova Scotian communities and the second annual quizbowl event. Reported in The Kings County Register.

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New Music Festival features eclectic lineup

Button up your overcoat. Canada's Arctic takes centre stage at this year's Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra New Music Festival. The event features Acadia professor Derek Charke. Reported in the Winnipeg Free Press.

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Blanding's turtle rescue efforts continue

The latest effort to save the Blanding's turtle, an endangered species in Nova Scotia, began Tuesday at Acadia University in Wolfville. Reported by CBC.

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