Department of Public Health Sciences thanks Empire Life
Department represented at the 22nd International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time in Denmark
MSc candidate Jill Korsiak and her supervisor Kristan Aronson recently attended the 22nd International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time in the city Elsinore, which is approximately 30 kilometers north of Copenhagen, Denmark.
The scope of the symposium was to address challenges and solutions for healthy working hours. The symposium embraced the organization of optimal designs of working schedules considering biological mechanisms that compromise health such as restitution and sleep as well as personal preferences for social life.
A new research project that will take a closer look at diabetes within Ontario’s First Nations peoples and help develop new programs and policies has received funding that will allow it to move ahead.
The project, led by Mike Green, an associate professor in the departments of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences at Queen’s University, is the recipient of a $770,000 IMPACT Award from the Ontario SPOR SUPPORT Unit (OSSU).
Joy Shi successfully defends her MSc thesis
Public Health Sciences students attend the Eighteenth Annual Scientific Meeting for Health Science Research Day
The Department of Public Health Sciences was well represented at the Eighteenth Annual Meeting for Health Sciences Research Trainees on Wednesday, June 10, 2015. This all-day meeting provided a forum for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, research project students, medical students, and clinical residents of the Faculty of Health Sciences and related Schools/Faculties at Queen's University to discuss their recent research findings.
Spring Convocation 2015
Published on Faculty of Health Sciences website, Wed May 6th 2015
Recognizing emerging health services and policy researchers
The CIHR Institute of Health Services and Policy Research (CIHR-IHSPR) is pleased to announce that Leah Smith has received the 2014-15 CIHR-IHSPR Rising Star of the Year Award.
MSc and MPH students in Arviat, Nunavut
Graduate students Eleanor Vandermeer (MPH '15) and Laura Davis (MSc '16) recently sent the Department of Public Health Sciences pictures from Arviat, Nunavut.