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  • Belcher, Brian

    Canada Research Chair in Sustainability Research Effectiveness; Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Bird, Geoff

    Associate Professor and Director, Tourism and Hospitality Management, Continuing Studies
  • Dale, Ann

    Professor, Environment and Sustainability
  • Das, Runa

    Assistant Professor, Faculty
  • Harris, Brigitte

    Dean, Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences
  • Hartney, Elizabeth

    Professor, Director Centre for Health Leadership and Research
  • Hodson, Jaigris

    Assistant Professor and Program Head, Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Jones, Shelley

    Year 1 Program Head and Associate Professor
  • Lokanan, Mark

    Associate Professor, Business
  • Madan, Athena

    Core Faculty, Humanitarian Studies
  • Meredith, William

    Media Services, eLearning Support & Resource Sharing Librarian
  • Moran, Jonathan

    Associate Professor, School of Environment and Sustainability
  • Mussell, Jessica

  • Rekar-Munro, Carolin

    Professor, Business
  • Vannini, Phillip

    Canada Research Chair in Innovative Learning and Public Ethnography; Professor, Communication and Culture, Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Veletsianos, George

    Canada Research Chair in Innovative Learning and Technology; Professor, Education and Technology
  • Young, Michael

    School Director and Program Head, Professor, Humanitarian Studies

Recent Submissions

  • What to expect from antidepressant withdrawal 

    Hartney, Elizabeth (Verywell Mind, 2018-07-09)
    Before you quit taking anti-depressant medication, consider why you are quitting. Remember, depression is a serious and potentially life-threatening illness if it is not properly treated. It's important to consider all of ...
  • 5 harm reduction tips for heroin users 

    Hartney, Elizabeth (Verywell Mind, 2018-07-02)
    If you use heroin, you're taking your life into your hands every time you use. There are many risks and harms associated with heroin use and the drug trade that enables it. The only true way to avoid involving yourself in ...
  • Drug overdose signs and treatment 

    Hartney, Elizabeth (Verywell Mind, 2018-03-07)
    Knowing an overdose definition can save lives. We hear a lot in the news about people ending up in the hospital or even dying after taking an overdose of drugs, but what exactly is an overdose? Improve your understanding ...
  • A framework for the prevention and mitigation of injury from family violence in children of parents with mental illness and substance use problems 

    Hartney, Elizabeth; Bernard, D. Kelly (Aggression and Violent Behavior, 2015)
    Recognizing the need for a more comprehensive approach to preventing child homicides that result from family violence, the authors applied Haddon’s three methods of injury prevention to the context of family violence: ...
  • The comedown, crash, or rebound effect you get after taking drugs 

    Hartney, Elizabeth (Verywell Mind, 2018-06-27)
    A rebound effect, a crash, and a comedown, are all drug after-effects that cause different symptoms. It is important to understand each condition and how each set of symptoms plays a role in addiction.
  • The fentanyl crisis 

    Hartney, Elizabeth (Verywell Mind, 2018-06-12)
    Although the medical use of fentanyl has declined recently, illicit fentanyl and its analogs and derivatives have become a significant part of the larger opioid crisis which has spread across the United States and Canada, ...
  • How to manage a drunk relative 

    Hartney, Elizabeth (Verywell Mind, 2018-05-31)
    Situations vary among adult family members of people who drink too much. You might be a drinker yourself, or you may have decided not to follow in your relatives' footsteps, but dealing with an older relative who is often ...
  • Hypnotherapy as a treatment for addiction 

    Hartney, Elizabeth (Verywell Mind, 2017)
    Hypnotherapy is an evidence-based treatment for addiction, which can also be used to treat a variety of other psychological difficulties. Hypnotherapy combines the psychological process of hypnosis with psychotherapy. ...
  • Stress management to enhance teaching quality and teaching effectiveness 

    Hartney, Elizabeth (IGI Global, 2016)
    Stress is a well-established concept in the psychological literature, and teaching, in particular, is recognized as a highly stressful profession (Hartney, 2008). Recent research shows that teacher training does not typically ...
  • A message from the guest editor 

    Hartney, Elizabeth (Healthcare Management Forum, 2018)
    This special issue of the journal is focused on neuroleadership, specifically in relation to health leadership. A somewhat nebulous term, neuroleadership refers to an emerging movement within the leadership field, which ...
  • Enhancing health leadership performance using neurotherapy 

    Swingle, Paul G.; Hartney, Elizabeth (Healthcare Management Forum, 2018)
    The discovery of neuroplasticity means the brain can change, functionally, in response to the environment and to learning. While individuals can develop harmful patterns of brain activity in response to stressors, they can ...
  • A three step model of stress management for healthcare leaders 

    Hartney, Elizabeth (Healthcare Management Forum, 2018)
    The current healthcare system is often as highly stressful environment for patients, their families, and for the employees of the system. Health leaders also experience stress, which can have profound repercussions if not ...
  • Public comment sentiment on educational videos: Understanding the effects of presenter gender, video format, threading, and moderation on YouTube TED talk comments 

    Veletsianos, George; Kimmons, Royce; Larsen, Ross; Dousay, Tonia A.; Lowenthal, Patrick R. (PLOS ONE, 2018)
    Scholars, educators, and students are increasingly encouraged to participate in online spaces. While the current literature highlights the potential positive outcomes of such participation, little research exists on the ...
  • Wild walking: A twofold critique of the walk-along method 

    Vannini, Phillip; Vannini, April (Routledge, 2017)
    Over the last decade the mobile research method known as the “go-along” (in its various manifestations such as the “ride-along” and the “walk-along”) has become increasingly popular. The popularity of the go-along makes ...
  • Video methods beyond representation: Experimenting with multimodal, sensuous, affective intensities in the 21st century 

    Vannini, Phillip (Routledge, 2014)
    I received Charlotte Bates’s kind request to write the conclusion to this fine and timely collection of essays as Jonathan Taggart and I were en route back home after a week spent filming and doing fieldwork on the East ...
  • The GoPro gaze 

    Vannini, Phillip; Stewart, Lindsay M. (cultural geographies, 2017)
    During 2014–2015, we produced a short video documentary, titled The Art of Wild, which focused on the audiovisual practices of outdoor adventurers. This short written report reflects on an idea inspired by the video: the ...
  • Non-representational ethnography: New ways of animating lifeworlds 

    Vannini, Phillip (cultural geographies, 2015)
    Over the last decade and a half, socio-cultural geographies have witnessed a genuine explosion of interest in the ethnographic tradition. Such interest is due in part to the increasing acceptance of non-representational ...
  • Low and slow: Notes on the production and distribution of a mobile video ethnography 

    Vannini, Phillip (Mobilities, 2017)
    The present article is a brief reflection accompanying Low and Slow: a 26 min ethnographic video documenting the occupation of commercial floatplane pilots, with a particular focus on their skills, technologies, sense of ...
  • Storm watching: Making sense of Clayoquot Sound winter mobilities 

    Vannini, Phillip (Routledge, 2016)
    From Goa to Bali, from Tuscany to rural and coastal Spain, and from Puerto Vallarta to Palm Springs, one key characteristic of lifestyle migration destinations is clear: warm, sunny climates (e.g. see Gustafson 2009; Korpela ...
  • Intensities of mobility: Kinetic energy, commotion, and qualities of supercommuting 

    Bissell, David; Vannini, Phillip; Jensen, Ole B. (Mobilities, 2016)
    This paper explores the intensities of long distance commuting journeys in order to understand how bodily sensibilities become attuned to the regular mobilities which they undertake. More people these days are travelling ...

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