Keisha looks at the underrepresentation of African Nova Scotian healthcare providers and at other critical factors through her research, such as community mistrust and mental health.
Martha’s research examines the perinatal health experiences of criminalized and incarcerated women in Canada using a theoretical framework of reproductive justice and intersectionality.
We have a long way to go in understanding how we can optimally include parents in the care of their preterm newborns, and I hope that I can be a part of marking the path to get there.
Shela’s research will help relief workers and nurses to develop context specific supportive interventions to improve breastfeeding practices in relief camps and reduce the mortality rate of young children in Pakistan.
My doctoral research will explore whether there are common health concerns in cancer family caregivers and test an exercise intervention as a novel way of supporting the health of family caregivers.