At the School of Health and Human Performance, our interprofessional learning environment encourages you to build your critical-thinking skills while exploring how leisure and recreational activities enhance and impact our lives. You could learn about injury prevention and athletic performance, or the benefits of leisure activities in different groups such as cancer survivors and home-based workers. Find out more.
HAHP in Dal News
Celebrating Dal's top teachers
Meet this year's winners of Dalhousie's newly expanded set of university-wide teaching awards.
Dalhousie researchers receive funding to further discoveries
Fifty-four Dal researchers received funding from NSERC's Discovery Grants Program this week, including Heather Neyedli for her work in human motion and Mark Obrovac in advanced battery technology.
Sharing expertise with the world: New Dal MOOCs focus on obesity and youth mental health
Next week Dal's Faculty of Health Professions is launching two new online courses that anyone in the world can take for free, featuring internationally renowned faculty members Michael Ungar and Sara Kirk.
Our professors aren't only dedicated to student education, they're also active researchers. From the physiology of exercise, HIV/AIDS prevention, and gender-based analysis of health policies to Aboriginal health issues, professors in HAHP are investigating cuttng-edge topics in health and recreation research - all with the goal of making society a better place to live. Find out how you can contribute.
- Kinesio tape, does it work?
Kinesiology professor Dr. David Westwood discusses fact vs science on Kinesio tape.
- The science behind our split-second decisions.
Dr. Heather Neyedli, Assistant Professor, Kinesiology, is one of 54 researchers from Dalhousie to receive funds from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council’s (NSERC) Discovery Grants Program.
- The economic burden of mental illness
Dr. Lynne Robinson, Associate Professor, Health Promotion, is an expert in mental health and a licensed psychologist. Robinson said the province is not spending enough money on mental health.
- Jacquie Gahagan receives the Ron Draper Health Promotion Award
Congratulations to Dr. Jacqueline Gahagan, Health Promotion Professor on receiving the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) Ron Draper Health Promotion Award.
- Surviving racism
African Nova Scotian women talk about the daily racism they’ve experienced
- Busy lifestyles and your health
Canada Research Chair Dr. Sara Kirk is interviewed on how a busy lifestyle can affect your health.