Evans, Michael

Mike Evans

Michael Evans  PhD


Community, Culture, and Global Studies
Irving K Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UBC Okanagan

Contact Info

UBC Okanagan
1147 Research Road ART 368B
Kelowna  BC  V1V 1V7

Tel:  250-807-9401
email:  mike.evans@ubc.ca

IKBFASS web:  Mike Evans
Cultural Safety for Aboriginal Health in the Okanagan Valley

  • Associate Dean Research, Graduate and Post-doctoral Studies;
    Professor, Community, Culture and Global Studies;
    Irving K. Barber School of Arts & Sciences, UBC Okanagan
  • Adjunct Professor, School of Arts and Social Sciences,
    Southern Cross University, Australia
  • Member, Advisory Committee,
    Institute for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention, UBC Okanagan
  • Urban Aboriginal issues
  • Métis history and contemporary issues
  • Tonga
  • Trans-national migration and globalization
  • Regional food systems
  • Indigenous methodologies
  • participatory action research
  • community based research
  • island studies

Kelowna Homelessness Research Collaborative
PI: John R. Graham
Co-Is: Carey Doberstein, Eric LiGordon LovegroveJon Corbett, Kyleen Myrah, Michael J. Evans, Michael L. Shier, Paul van DonkelaarShirley Chau, Kerry Rempel, Silvina Mema, Trevor Corneil
Partners:  BC Housing, City of Kelowna, Interior Health, Kelowna Chamber of Commerce, Kelowna Women’s Shelter, Okanagan College, The Bridge Youth and Family Services, UBC
Collaborators:  Alina Turner, Stephen A. Gaetz
Date:  2019 – 2022
Funded by: SSHRC

Patient-engaged priority setting and mental health data in the Okanagan Nation
PI: Braden Te Hiwi
Co-I: Michael Evans
Dates: 2019-2020
Funded by: BC Support Unit

Visit Dr. Michael Evans complete list of publications on Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.ca/citations?hl=en&user=Uebe7aMAAAAJ 

Evans, Mike, Rachelle Hole, Lawrence Berg. Peter Hutchinson, Dixon Sookraj, and the Okanagan Urban Aboriginal Research Health Collective. Common Insights, Differing Methodologies: Towards a Fusion of Indigenous Methodologies, Participatory Action Research, and White Studies in an Urban Aboriginal Research Agenda. In Press. Qualitative Inquiry.