February 16, 2019 A new study is underway to explore the psychological impact of floods, wildfires and other natural disasters that result from climate change. Leading this study are UBC Okanagan researchers Dr. Carolyn Szostak, Associate Professor in Psychology, and Dr. Nelly Oelke, Associate Professor in Nursing and IHLCDP Associate. The researchers are interested in […]
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Work with 6 BC Interior Friendship and Métis Centres to blend traditional and western knowledge to optimized health and health equity in holistic, patient-centred diabetes and obesity care.
IHLCDP Associate, Dr. Sanjoy Ghosh is a biologist and pharmacist leading research at UBC Okanagan on polyunsaturated fats and their role, along with physical inactivity, in increasing rates of obesity and diabetes.
The DIG Indigenous program is the first group program in the world to support Indigenous fathers and grandfathers in their efforts to quit smoking cigarettes and chewing tobacco.
This innovative tool will to improve the quality of life and increase older adult’s ability to remain actively engage in society.
Addressing the lack specialty (cardiac) care in rural communities shown to reduce emergency department use and improve older adults’ ability to manage Atrial Fibrillation (AF).
Focused on improving services and supports for adults 50 and over with mental health concerns in the South Okanagan and Similkameen