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Frank Arocha

Associate Professor Emeritus

Research interests: health informatics and socio-cognitive studies of human-computer interaction, principles of HCI design, health education and modelling understanding of health and disease

Roy Cameron

Distinguished Professor Emeritus

Research interests: health behaviour change, disease prevention, tobacco, population level intervention, evidence-based practice

Kitty Corbett


Research interests: about and for change, emphasizing social science tools (e.g., ethnographic and mixed methods, social marketing, photovoice, training) for knowledge translation, health communication, quality improvement, and community-based participatory action, and health promotion

John Garcia

Honorary Member of the University

Research interests: population-based chronic disease prevention, health of Nunavummiut, knowledge exchange, capacity building, implementation, practice-based evidence, public health policy and systems, qualitative and mixed methods, realistic evaluation

Laurie Hoffman-Goetz

Distinguished Professor Emerita

Research interests: In Public Health: health literacy, risk communication, consumer health informatics, mass media and health education
In Biohealth: physical activity and cancer prevention, exercise immunology, behavioural immunology, lymphocyte apoptosis

Craig R. Janes

Professor Emeritus

Research interests: human-environment interactions, social inequities and health, global health governance, and maternal and child health

Ian McKillop

Associate Professor Emeritus

Research interests: design and use of health information systems; costing and performance measurement of health services; data standards, security and privacy of health information

Anita M. Myers

Distinguished Professor Emerita

Research interests: program evaluation, driver licensing, licensing policies, older adults, driving behavior, driving self-regulation, older adult mobility and transportation, driving confidence, balance confidence, commercial vehicle drivers

Paul Stolee

Professor Emeritus

Research interests: Geriatrics, health care systems, rehabilitation, patient and citizen engagement, health information systems and databases, health outcome measurement, and knowledge translation