THIS SITE

Information for

Past Hallman lectures

John Frank

John FrankJohn Frank, Director, Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy

Chronic disease prevention: "upstream" and "downstream" revisited, October 2017

Honourable Anne McLellan

Honourable Anne McLellanHonourable Anne McLellan, Head of the Task Force on Marijuana Legalization and Regulation

The Legalization and Regulation of Cannabis – what does it all mean?, May 2017

Diane Phillips

Diane PhillipsDiane Phillips, Professor, School of Management, Canberra University

Fostering the conversation: creativity and innovation at the grassroots for the promotion of health and well-being at the University of Waterloo, February 2017

Brant E. Fries

Brant E. FriesBrant E. Fries, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

“Fries’” a crowd: Current studies of long-term care eligibility, payment, and poisoning, October 2016

Laura Punnett

Laura PunnettLaura Punnett, Distinguished University Professor, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Safe patient handling: Highlights of current research and U.S. public policy efforts to improve safety, October 2016

Dr. Leon Geffen

Dr. Leon GeffenDr. Leon Geffen, Family Physician, Cape Town, South Africa. Senior interRAI Fellow, South Africa

Aging in Africa: Challenges and opportunities to improve the well-being of older persons, April 2016

Alex C. Michalos

Alex C. Michalos.Alex C. Michalos, Adjunct Professor, Brandon University

Building the Canadian Index of Wellbeing, September 2011

Robert Thirsk

ThirskDr. Robert Thirsk, Astronaut, Canadian Space Agency with guest Richard Hughson, Kinesiology, University of Waterloo

Secrets of health in outer space and here on Earth: lessons from International Space Station Expedition 20/21, October 2010

Barbara Silverstein

silversteinBarbara Silverstein, Research Director, SHARP Program, Washington State Department of Labor and Industries

Research to Practice to Policy and Back Again, May 2009

Tess Kay

KayTess Kay, Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Director of the Institute of Youth Sport, School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, Loughborough University

Pressure Zone or Pleasure Zone? How Family Life Impacts Work-life Balance, April 2009

Linda Duxbury

duxburyLinda Duxbury, Professor, Sprott School of Business, Carleton University

Work-Life Balance: Rhetoric versus Reality, April 2009

Benjamin K. Hunnicutt

hunnicuttBenjamin K. Hunnicutt, Professor, Department of Leisure Studies, University of Iowa

Time to Live: The Forgotten Dream of Progress, the Healthy Alternative to Work Without End, March 2009

Kathryn Pollack

pollackKathryn Pollak, Duke University Medical Center

Doctors and Patients at the End of Life: What happens behind closed doors?, October 2008

Trevor Hancock

hancockTrevor Hancock

Reflections on the impact and ethics of designing built environments as if people mattered, April 2008

Timothy E. Hewett

hewittTimothy E. Hewett, Director of the Sports Medicine Biodynamics Center at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Orthopaedic Surgery, Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Cincinnati

Effects of Sex on Young Athletes: Why Girls' Knees are More Trouble than Boys', April 2008

Wedny Frisby

frisbyWendy Frisby, Professor in the School of Human Kinetics and Chair of Women's and Gender Studies at the University of British Columbia

Mobilizing Communities to Promote the Health of Women and Youth Living in Poverty, March 2008

Gloria Gutman

gutmanGloria Gutman, Simon Fraser University

Global Aging and the Continuum of Care, September 2007

Lewis Lipsitz

lipsitzLewis Lipsitz, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Chief of the Gerontology Division at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Irving and Edyth S. Usen Chair in Geriatric Medicine and Co-director of the Institute for Aging Research at Hebrew Senior Life

Fainting, Falls, and Blood Pressure Regulation in the Elderly: Insights from Clinical Geriatric Research, May 2007

Susan kirkland

kirklandSusan Kirkland, Associate Professor and Clinical Research Scholar in the Departments of Community Health and Epidemiology and Medicine at Dalhousie University

Beyond the Fountain of Youth: Healthy Aging in the 21st Century, May 2007

Len Gray

grayDr. Len Gray, Professor of Geriatric Medicine at the University of Queensland

Express Lanes and Collectors: Using Decision-making to Ease Traffic Congestion in Acute Care, April 2007

Clinton T. Rubin

rubinClinton T. Rubin, SUNY Distinguished Professor, Director of the Center for Biotechnology, Chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the State University of New York

Osteoporosis: Can it be Prevented Without the Use of Drugs?, March 2007

Jaber Gubrium

gubriumJaber F. Gubrium, Professor, Chair of Sociology at the University of Missouri-

Aging, Life Stories, and Social Context, February 2007

Alan Hargens

Dr. Alan Hargens , Professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of California, San Diego

Snakes in Space, October 2006

Kermit Davis

davisDr. Kermit Davis , Assistant Professor in the College of Medicine at the University of Cincinnati

When the Individual and the Workplace Interact: The Story of Low Back Pain, June 2006

Michelle Porter

porterMichelle Porter, Professor in the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation Studies at the University of Manitoba

Driving and Aging - An In-Vehicle Approach, April 2006

Linda Caldwell

caldwellLinda Caldwell, professor of recreation, park, and tourism management and human development and family studies, Penn State University.

Leisure and Health: Joining Forces to Prevent Youth Risk Behaviour, March 2006

Ed Smith

smithEd Smith, Director of Evaluation Research for the Prevention Research Center and Director of the Prevention and Methodology pre and post-doctoral Training Program

Leisure and Health: Joining Forces to Prevent Youth Risk Behaviour, March 2006

Deborah Bowen

bowenDeborah Bowen, Professor, Department of Health Services, School of Public Health, University of Washington

Applying Social Behaviour Science Findings to Eliminate Health Disparities, February 2006

Stuart McGill

Stuart McGillStuart McGill, Professor, Department of Kinesiology, University of Waterloo

Strategies to Prevent Low Back Injury: Fact vs. Fiction, April 2002

Christina Mills

millsChristina Mills, former Director General of Chronic Disease Prevention and Control at Health Canada and President of the Canadian Public Health Association

April 2002 to May 2003

Roy Romanow

romanowThe Honourable Roy Romanow, former Chairman of the Commission for the Future of Health Care in Canada

The Future of Health Care in Canada, November 2001

Ron Borland

borlandRon Borland, inaugural Director of the VicHealth Centre for Tobacco Control, a unit of the Cancer Control Research Institute at the Anti-Cancer Council of Victoria in Melbourne Australia.

Where Should we be Going in Tobacco Regulation?, July 2001

Phil Campagna

campagnaPhil Campagna, professor in the School of Physical and Health Education at Dalhousie University

Children - Less Active and More Obese: What can we do?, May 2001

Fraser Mustard

mustardDr. Fraser Mustard, former surgeon at McMaster University Hospital and Director of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research

The Effect of the Early Years on Health, Learning and Behaviour throughout the Life Cycle, May 2000