This is Health in 3D

Wednesday, January 11, 2023
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The Faculty of Health is excited to share our latest research impact report, titled Health in 3D, showcasing expertise and innovation across the Faculty. We explore how health and quality of life are enhanced along three dimensions – physical, mental and social – and advanced by our three academic units – Kinesiology and Health Sciences, Recreation and Leisure Studies and Public Health Sciences.

With concentrations in health technology, aging, brain and body, mental health, environment, and communities, researchers and other community members in the Faculty are tackling complex and pressing health challenges and creating a healthier future for individuals, communities and populations.

“We examine health from a broad perspective, including illness prevention,” says Dean of Health Lili Liu. “As the World Health Organization points out in its constitution, health is not merely the absence of disease and infirmity, but a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being.”

This is Health in 3D.

To request a print copy of Health in 3D, please contact Eugenia Xenos Anderson.

Collage illustration of brain, nutrition, recreation and other health-related symbols.