CENTRE for CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION and MANAGEMENT
Kathleen Martin Ginis
Professor with UBC Faculty of Medicine Department of Medicine and the UBC Okanagan Faculty of Health and Social Development
The Faculty of Medicine’s Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management (CCDPM) serves as a provincial leader for research excellence, knowledge translation and exchange in the urgent research field of chronic diseases.
The Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management (CCDPM) will advance the prevention and self-management of chronic conditions by aligning with the Faculty of Medicine’s strategic plan for research in core areas such as heart and lung health, brain and mental health, and chronic diseases and to accelerate knowledge translation. The CCDPM aims to build and maintain collaborations that harness collective research strengths from across the Faculty of Medicine’s distributed education and research sites.
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Dr. Jennifer Davis, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Management
Dr. Charlotte Jones, Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology
Dr. Mary Jung, Associate Professor, Faculty of Health and Social Development, School of Health and Exercise Sciences
Dr. Jonathan Little, Associate Professor, Faculty of Health and Social Development, School of Health and Exercise Sciences
Dr. Lesley Lutes, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences
Dr. Deanne Taylor, Director of Research, Interior Health
Dr. Neil Eves, Associate Professor, Faculty of Health and Social Development, School of Health and Exercise Sciences
Dr. Devin Harris, Executive Medical Director for Quality and Patient Safety, Interior Health
Dr. Tricia Tang, Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology
Dr. Daryl Wile, Clinical Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Neurology
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