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Exploring frailty among people living with cardiovascular disease

January 13, 2020 — 

Healthy aging is important for everyone.

Todd Duhamel

Todd Duhamel

At the Thursday, Jan. 23 instalment of the Faculty Kinesiology and Recreation Management Research Seminar Series, Dr. Todd Duhamel will discuss research examining how physical activity and sedentary behaviour impacts health in older adults with cardiovascular disease.

Duhamel is a professor in the faculty who’s been researching physical activity and cardiovascular disease for more than a decade.

WHAT: Exploring frailty among people living with cardiovascular disease
WHEN: Thursday, Jan. 23, 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: 220 ALC Boardroom


Jacqueline Hay

Applied Health Sciences PhD candidate, Jacqueline Hay, will be presenting Sex Differences in Cardiovascular Disease prior to Duhamel’s lecture. Hay is a 2017 Vanier scholar and participated in the first cohort of the President’s Student Leadership Program this past year. 

The series is free to attend and open to the general public.




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