Faculty of the School of Health Science participate in research locally, nationally, and internationally across a number of priority areas.  Our research and scholarship has influence in areas of clinical practice, program and clinical practice guideline development, health administration and health education.

Building capacity for the creation of new knowledge and for evidence-based practice and translation research is a fundamental part of our educational programs.  We encourage our undergraduate students to experience research through collaboration with faculty members and our associates.

School of Health Sciences researchers have interests in areas of study that include:

  • Evidence-based Practice
  • Sleep Related Breathing Disorders
  • Addictions and Mental Health: Prevention and Health Promotion
  • Respiratory Health Promotion: Smoking Cessation and Air Pollution
  • Health Systems Improvement: Breast screening and Emergency Health Services
  • Health Sciences Scopes of Practice
  • Dose Reduction Strategies in Radiological Procedures
  • Postpartum Depression and the Social Determinants of Health
  • Ultrasonography and Knee Osteoarthritis
  • Innovation in MRI
  • Best Practices in Preceptor Education