The Lab

Community-Engaged Health Promotion Research


 


 

Lucie Lévesque, PhD

Lucie Lévesque, PhD, Principal Investigator

Professor, School of Kinesiology & Health Studies

PhD (Université Laval)

MSc (Université Laval)

BA (McGill University)

levesqul@queensu.ca

Alex M. McComber,  Co-Principal Investigator & Knowledge User

Adjunct Professor, School of Kinesiology & Health Studies

Community Advisor & Researcher, Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University

M.Ed (McGill University)

DSc. Hc (Queen’s University)

otsehtokon@yahoo.com

Donna Ivimey

Donna Ivimey

Research Coordinator

ivimeyd@queensu.ca

Room 209, SKHS Building

Colin Baillie

Colin Baillie

PhD Candidate

colin.baillie@queensu.ca

Establishing Criteria for the Evaluation of Land-Based Indigenous Physical Activity Environment Assessment Tools

Ashley Johnson

Ashley Johnson

PhD Candidate

a.johnson@queensu.ca

Social network analysis of community partnerships for health promotion

El Zahraa Majed

El Zahraa Majed

PhD Candidate

18ezm@queensu.ca

Exploring physical activity and mental health among recent immigrants and international students

Olivia Franks

Olivia Franks

Master’s Student

14ogf@queensu.ca

Exploring the relationship between food and wellness amongst older adults living in Wahta Mohawk Territory: A wholistic understanding of the Meals on Wheels Program

Julia Lapeña

Julia Lapeña

Master’s Student

14jil2@queensu.ca

Alyssa Comfort

Master’s Student

09ammc@queensu.ca

Recent Graduates

Anoushka Moucessian

Anoushka Moucessian

Thesis Title:

 Why are we settling? Indigenous Cultural Safety Education for Counsellors in Ontario

Congratulations Anoushka for successfully completing your Doctoral degree (Fall 2020)

Brittany McBeath

Brittany McBeath

Thesis Title:

Conceptualization of Community Wellness in Three First Nations Communities

Congratulations Brittany on successfully completing your MSc! (Spring 2020)

Danielle Walwyn, MSc.

Danielle Walwyn, MSc.

Thesis Title:

Exploring Physical Activity Opportunities for Adolescents in Secondary Schools in Antigua

Congratulations Danielle for successfully completing your Master’s Degree (Summer 2019)

Andrea Ianni, MSc.

Andrea Ianni, MSc. 

Thesis Title:

The Kahnawà:ke Schools’ Diabetes Prevention Project: Perspectives on Data Sovereignty in Indigenous Community-Academic Partnered Health Research

Congratulations Andrea for successfully defending your Master’s Degree (Summer 2019) 

Community-Engaged Health Promotion Research

28 Division Street

School of Kinesiology and Health Studies

Queen’s University

Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6

Principal Investigator:  Lucie Lévesque 

Email: levesqul@queensu.ca

Research Coordinator:  Donna Ivimey

Email:  ivimeyd@queensu.ca

Tel:  613-533-6000 x 79130