Seminar series focuses on health & family
FKRM prof to discuss experience of health, illness, and physical activity in families & children facing complex health challenges
At the next installment of the Health, Leisure, and Human Performance Research Institute’s research seminar series, FKRM’s Dr Fiona Moola will outline a series of studies pertaining to the experience of health, illness, and physical activity in families and children facing complex health challenges. She will also outline effective strategies to better enhance and design interventions tailored to the complex lives of families facing major illnesses in childhood.
WHAT: Fragile Families: Designing Health and Physical Activity Research and Interventions to Support Families Facing Complex Health Challenges
WHEN: Friday, Dec. 2, 2:30 p.m.
WHERE: FKC 136
All are welcome to attend.
The Health, Leisure, and Human Performance Research Institute’s goal is to facilitate, conduct and disseminate research of the highest quality to advance our understanding of health, leisure and human performance while being recognized internationally as a leader centre for integrative research.