Department of Health and Society kicks off it's 2020-2021 Resesarch Seminar Series
The Department of Health and Society will hold a number of Research Seminars throughout the year. The talks will be hosted on Zoom on select Mondays from 12:00 - 1:15.
The next seminar, on February 22, will feature DHS associate professor Élyse Caron-Beaudoin. The talk is titled Exposure to Volatile Organic Compounds During Pregnancy: Preliminary Results from the EXPERVIA Study. Dr. Caron-Beaudoin will present on preliminary findings regarding gestational exposure to volatile organic compounds in Northeastern British Columbia, a region of extensive natural gas extraction by hydraulic fracturing.
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November 16, 2020: Suleyman Demi
Assessing the Health Challenges of Smallholder Farming Households in Ghana.
December 14, 2020: James K. Gibb
Exploring Sexual Orientation-Based Differences in Skeletal Growth and Health Across the Life Course
January 18, 2021: Lesley Tarasoff
Perinatal Care Experiences of People with Disabilities in Ontario
February 22, 2021: Élyse Caron-Beaudoin
Exposure to Volatile Organic Compounds During Pregnancy: Preliminary Results from the Experiva Study
March 15, 2021: Helen Yung and Maikel Carrion
Creative Practice: Yoga for the Imagination
April 19, 2021: Chantalle Clarkin
My Story is My Strength: A Qualitative Exploration of the Healthcare Experiences of a Community Sample of Pregnant and Parenting Youth through Digital Storytelling.