Dr. Jennifer Baumbusch

Dr. Jennifer Baumbusch is currently not taking new students.

She directs a research programme on health care delivery and nursing practice with older adults. Her focus is particularly in long-term residential care, family contributions to care delivery, well-being among individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families, and knowledge translation. 


Lab website: https://nursing.ubc.ca/our-people/jennifer-lyn-baumbusch

Email: jennifer.baumbusch@nursing.ubc.ca

Dr. Michael Burgess

Dr. Burgess’ research has spanned ethical issues in clinical care, research ethics, genetic testing, cultural issues, and biotechnology and health policy. He has published over 100 peer reviewed authored and co-authored articles and chapters. Since 2002 funding from Genome BC, Genome Canada and CIHR has supported the development of an approach to deliberative engagement of publics on controversial policy issues, with implementations in Australia, Canada and the US. Burgess’ current primary area of research is deliberative public engagement and participatory governance in health care allocation decisions and access to health data and bio-specimens.

Lab website: http://spph.ubc.ca/person/michael-burgess/

Email: michael.burgess@ubc.ca

Dr. Kristin Campbell

Kristin Campbell, BSc, PT, PhD is a licensed physical therapist and an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia. She also holds appointments at the Centre of Excellence in Cancer Prevention and the BC Cancer Agency.  She completed her PhD in exercise physiology at the University of Alberta and a Fellowship in Public Health at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre.  Her research focus is on the role of exercise and energy balance in cancer prevention, rehabilitation and survivorship. 

Dr. Campbell is the author of over 80 peer reviewed articles and academic book chapters and she participates on national and international advisory boards and grant review panels on cancer prevention, rehabiliation and survivorship.  Recent honours received include the Visiting Scholar Award from the American College of Sports Medicine in 2014 and the Killam Faculty Research Fellowship in 2015. 

Lab website: http://cepl.rehab.med.ubc.ca/

Email: kristin.campbell@ubc.ca

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