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BERNIER, Marc-François »


Marc-François Bernier

Full professor
Faculty of Arts
Communication

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Office: 613-562-5800 (3828)
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E-mail

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LOWES, Mark »


Associate professor
Faculty of Arts
Communication

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Office: 613-562-5800 (3824)
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Office Telephone

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Media, sport and popular culture. Sports journalism, motorsports, and the relationship between urban public culture and major-league sports.

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MCCURDY, Patrick »


Assistant professor
Faculty of Arts
Communication

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Office: 613-562-5800 (2728)
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Website Department of Communication

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E-mail

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Media strategies of civil society actors (including Twitter and Facebook); Representation of protests and civil society in the media; Media events (e.g. the Olympics, Eurovision, Super Bowl etc.) and the "media eventisation" of society; Consequences of living in a media-saturated society; Media and international Development; Representation of suffering; Journalism; WikiLeaks; Trial of Bradley Manning; Protest Camps; Occupy movement.

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POTTIE, Kevin »


Equity Methods
Full professor
Faculty of Medicine
Epidemiology and Community Medicine

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Office: 613-562-5800 (2015)
Cell: 613-878-5812
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I am an internationally recognized expert in Refugee and Migrant, Homeless Health and Cochrane Equity. I provide medical legal expertise with a focus on refugee and migrants, trauma informed care and understanding the clinical context in primary care. My research program focuses on initiatives to use evidence-based medicine to improve the quality of primary care and to address health inequities for vulnerable populations (refugees, homeless, frail elderly, dementia and LTC). Specifically, this includes clinical practice guidelines, deprescribing guidelines, systematic reviews, and community based research. 

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