Recruitment has started for Dr. Karvinen’s study “A knowledge translation strategy for enhancing physical activity counselling among nurses”. The study is open to all nurses residing in Canada who are currently seeing patients in a clinical capacity and would like to improve their physical activity counselling skills. Please contact Dr. Karvinen for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Impact of a school-based cycling education and encouragement initiative on active transportation to school. Authors: Bruner, B., Confesor, V., Mayer, A.
- Exploring parental perceptions of a walking school bus in northern Ontario. Authors: Atrooshi, D., Bruner, B., Parker, N., Lee, R.E., Lévesque, L.
- Understanding Aboriginal youth development through sport and physical activity: Their voices, their stories, and their experiences. Authors: Bruner, M., Lovelace, R., Hillier, S., Hare, K., Head, C., Bruner, B., Paibomsai, A., Lavallee, L., Auski, M., Lévesque, L.
Dr. Mark Bruner holds the Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Youth Development through Sport and Physical Activity. Through his research, he is working to discover the best ways to help youth develop, personally and socially, through sport and physical activity. Take a moment and watch the video highlighting his current research.