Four researchers from the Faculty of Health Sciences - School of Nursing are awarded the prestigious Canadian Academy of Nursing Fellowship
Four researchers from the Faculty of Health Sciences - School of Nursing are awarded the prestigious Canadian Academy of Nursing fellowship: Dr. J. Craig Phillips, Dr. Josephine Etowa, Dr. Dave Holmes, Dr Janet Squires.
Professor Judy King has been honoured with a Canadian Physiotherapy Association Centenary Medal of Distinction recognizing individuals who have impacted physiotherapy over the past century (1920 to 2020)
Associate Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Sciences and holder of the University of Ottawa Chair in University Teaching, Professor Judy King continues to practice as a physiotherapist in intensive care settings, and is well known for her patient-centred approach and focus on optimizing patient education.
In recognition of her impactful research, Professor Wendy Gifford has been awarded of the uOttawa 2020-2021 Knowledge Mobilization Excellence Award
An Associate Professor at the School of Nursing and holder of the Marie des Anges Loyer-Da Silva Chair in Community and Public Health Nursing, Professor Gifford assembled a research team, including key knowledge users to examine cancer survivorship care, and the barriers and facilitators to receiving it for Algonquins of Pikwàkanagàn First Nation. Knowledge mobilization activities included the development of a 30 minute documentary film that includes footage from the journey mapping focus groups and interviews.
Congratulations to Professor Yan Burelle on the renewal of his University Research Chair
Yan Burelle of the Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences was renewed as the University Research Chair in Integrative Mitochondrial Biology
Professor Yan Burelle aims to better understand the complex mechanisms linking mitochondrial biology to health and the development of diseases, including cardiomyopathies and skeletal muscle disorders. Mitochondria generate most of a cell’s supply of chemical energy; understanding their role in determining the fate of stem cells and their ability to repair is of great importance to the field of regenerative medicine.
Congratulations to Professor Marie-Claude Thifault on her renewal as the Canadian Francophonie Research Chair in Health
Marie-Claude Thifault of the School of Nursing was renewed as the Canadian Francophonie Research Chair in Health
The research conducted by Professor Marie-Claude Thifault aims to present the life stories and health care histories of individuals experiencing serious mental illness, from 1909 to 2019.