Dr. Lévesque’s intervention and research setting is the community. Her research approach is participatory. Over the past 12 years, she has mainly focused on physical activity intervention effectiveness evaluation from an ecological and holistic perspective. She is especially interested in enhancing the accessibility of physical activity opportunities for youth and has a keen interest in working with Indigenous communities to eliminate health disparities related to physical inactivity. Although most of her federally-funded research is in Canada, she has also collaborates with researchers in Mexico and has had the opportunity to train Mexican students and researchers interested in physical activity promotion and obesity prevention.
Graduate student training opportunities available at this time - I am not taking any new graduate students at this time.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).