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UBCO professor researches electric passenger light rail for Okanagan Valley

UBCO professor researches electric passenger light rail for Okanagan Valley

Feasibility plan introduces 342-kilometre route linking Kamloops and Osoyoos

Nurses wrestle with ethical questions on MAID

Nurses wrestle with ethical questions on MAID

UBCO study looks at nurses’ evolving perspectives on medically assisted death

Anti-racism starts with knowing history

Anti-racism starts with knowing history

Learning about past wrongs can help us better fight racism in the future, says UBC Okanagan’s Dr. Shirley Chau

Exceptional faculty members celebrated as 2024’s Researchers of the Year

Exceptional faculty members celebrated as 2024’s Researchers of the Year

IHLCDP Associate Member is recognized for outstanding work and scholarly activity

Virtual rehabilitation provides benefits for stroke recovery

Virtual rehabilitation provides benefits for stroke recovery

New program enhances continuum of care, increases accessibility, quality of life

UBCO expert advises government close nicotine pouch loophole

UBCO expert advises government close nicotine pouch loophole

Nursing professor advocates ban, cites lack of research, treaty obligations

Using cannabis can ease cravings for street-level drugs, UBC research suggests

Using cannabis can ease cravings for street-level drugs, UBC research suggests

Cannabis could play a role in addressing the ongoing opioid overdose crisis

More than $2 million announced for multi-year, UBC Okanagan-led health research

More than $2 million announced for multi-year, UBC Okanagan-led health research

Grants to fund research on youth mental health, MAID and global health equity

UBCO researchers study how prolonged sitting can impact children’s brains

UBCO researchers study how prolonged sitting can impact children’s brains

Taking an exercise break maintains healthy blood flow in the brains of sedentary kids

UBCO research gives stroke survivors control

UBCO research gives stroke survivors control

Dr. Sarah Kraeutner shifts stroke research to recovery as Canadians survive longer