Faculty of Health, YorkU
Interviews for Research Department
A sampling of the 25 interviews I conducted with some of the Faculty of Health’s most exciting researchers. The rest can be found at health.research.yorku.ca
Why is the wounded brain having trouble thinking and moving at the same time?
How do we live, transform and grow with loss in our lives?
What can we do to optimize people’s nutrition and physical activity and how will it affect their health outcomes?
How can we improve the health and wellbeing of older adults and their caregivers in different contexts?
How has psychological expertise changed the way we live, love, and learn?
How can we help individuals, communities, researchers and policy makers work together to promote a fairer society?
Children with developmental disabilities facing isolation and mental health issues, study finds (March 26, 2014)
York Nursing grad from first graduating class at forefront of establishing Toronto’s first Children’s Hospice (March 21, 2013)
Autism Spectrum Disorders meeting determines direction of research (Feb 21, 2013)
Researcher helps pinpoint protein important for neuron learning and signalling (Jan 24, 2013)
From the Cosmos to Healthcare Corridors: The Best Leaders are the Best Followers (Jan 21, 2013)
Software Innovation the Prescription for Health Care Reform (Dec 10, 2012)
Exploring social justice in critical health research (Nov 22, 2012)
York University and the AUCC presents: the Connected Health and Wellness Project (Nov 22, 2013)