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DALLAIRE, Christine »


Christine Dallaire

Full professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Human Kinetics

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Office: 6135625800
Office: 4279
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Christine Dallaire studies sports and physical activity from a sociocultural perspective, with a particular focus on Canadian society, youth and communities as well Canada's francophonie. She is currently comparing the experiences of young adults (18-25 years old) that invest themselves in sports leadership roles as a form of community engagement through the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa, the YMCA-YWCA Capital Region and the Jeux de l’Acadie. Her earlier research focused on the role of sport in community building and in youth francophone and national belonging at the Jeux de l'Acadie, the Jeux franco-ontariens, the Jeux francophones de l'Alberta, the Jeux de la francophonie canadienne and the Jeux du Québec.

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DE LISIO, Michael »


Assistant professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Human Kinetics

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Office: 562-5800 ext.6987
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Work in my lab focuses on the effects of exercise and nutrition on blood and muscle forming stem cells.

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FORTIER, Michelle »


Full professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Human Kinetics

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4275)
Cell: 613-866-8987
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Physical activity Exercise Motivation Enjoyment Mental health Well-being Women's wellness Negative aspects of competitive sport

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GILES, Audrey R. »


Audrey R. Giles

Assistant Professor
Assistant professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Human Kinetics

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Office: 613-562-5800 (2988)
Home: 613-845-0092
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Dr. Giles' research examines Aboriginal people's (though especially women's) participation in physical activity, sport, and recreation in the NWT, Nunavut, and Northern Alberta. Her expertise pertains to traditional games, gender, "tradition," and drowning prevention. Sport for development in Aboriginal communities.

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English only, Intermediate/Advanced French

HARVEY, Jean »


Full professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Human Kinetics

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4277)
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Industrie et politique du sport en contexte de mondialisation. Politique canadienne du sport.

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KENNY, Glen »


University of Ottawa Research Chair in Environmental Physiology
Full professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Human Kinetics

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Office: 613 562-5800 4282
Cell: 613-302-9267
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Professor Kenny, PhD, holds the University's Research Chair in Environmental Physiology. His research is aimed at understanding the effects of extreme temperature events (e.g. heat waves) on human health and performance and the thermoregulatory consequences and limitations to physical activity or work performed in extreme environmental conditions. Advancing knowledge on how elderly and individuals with chronic disease respond and adapt to harsh environments and temperature extremes. Generating the best and most up-to-date information to inform heat vulnerable populations of the effect of extreme ambient conditions on their health and safety. Developing effective heat stress prevention and control measures for health specialists and industry managers to protect vulnerable individuals and workers.

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LEMAIRE, Edward »


PhD
Associate professor
Faculty of Medicine
Institute for Rehabilitation Research and Development

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Office: 613-737-7350 (75592)
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Technological approaches to improve mobility for people with physical disabilities and the elderly. Computer/Internet applications for physical rehabilitation, assistive devices, prosthetics/orthotics, telehealth, telemedicine, e-learning, motion analysis, and CAD/CAM.

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SPIVOCK, Michael »


Adjunct Professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Human Kinetics

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Office: 613-995-0603
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I hold a PhD in Public Health, with a specialization in health promotion. My main field of research is understanding how the built and social environment affect health behaviours, particularly physical activity. My research involves the general population, and persons with disabilities.

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TRUDEL, Pierre »


Full professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Human Kinetics

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4268)
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Formation et développement des entraîneurs sportifs

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