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March 6, 2018
School researcher will look at how promoting healthy behaviours at school may influence good habits at home.
February 8, 2018
What I found with students was that they wanted to continue the food culture they were brought up with because it was their last connection to home.
January 25, 2018
Community impact and scholarly impact both matter — a lot — and both require significant investment of time, intention, and energy to achieve.
January 10, 2018
The Health System Impact Fellowship Program hopes to equip postdoctoral fellows with professional experience and skills outside of a traditional scholarly setting.
November 22, 2017
Daniel McKennitt is using his medical and public health training, and Indigenous ways of knowing to improve the health of Indigenous people in Alberta.
From the runways of Milan to the hallways of a school in Tsuut’ina Nation, recent graduate Devon Guy is passionate about helping people develop a healthy relationship with food.
With a passion for health in a global context, master of science graduate Rhianna Charchuk is improving circumstances for vulnerable newcomers to Edmonton.
October 31, 2017
Health policy needed to encourage removing electronic devices from bedroom, contend sleep researchers. Printed books are a good alternative.
October 25, 2017
A mounting body of research clearly shows supervised consumption services prevent overdose death, reduce syringe-sharing and contribute to reduced public drug use and needle debris.
October 12, 2017
We can’t continue to stand at the bottom of the hill, catching bodies that fall. We need to climb the hill and prevent people from ever starting down that slippery slope into homelessness.