Health Behaviour Change
Researchers work with communities to design and implement innovative programs to achieve important changes in health. a. By applying evidence-based principles, faculty collaborate with communities to develop, implement, and evaluate interventions to promote and maintain health behaviours.
Mission: The Health Behaviour Change group plans to undertake research to: improve people’s lives through research that applies the science of behaviour change. The group has a specific focus on working with people at risk for, or living with diabetes, and people with physical disabilities, particularly people with a spinal cord injury (SCI).
What we do
- Develop, understand and improve evidence-based health behaviour change
- Foster effective community-university partnerships to advance the science of integrated knowledge translation
- Mentor trainees to push the field of human and exercise sciences forward