Lucie Lévesque, PhD
PhD (Université Laval)
MSc (Université Laval)
BA (McGill University)
Telephone: 613-533-6000 x78164
Office: KHS 301U
KNPE 365 - Motivational Interviewing for Physical Activity Behaviour Change
KNPE 463 - Community based Physical Activity Promotion
HLTH 415 - Program Design and Evaluation
KHS 830 - Health Promotion Research Seminar
KHS 862 - Physical Activity and Community: Planning, Implementation and Evaluation of Community-Based Physical Activity Interventions
Dr. Lévesque’s research program, which has been mainly funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research for the past 15 years, focuses on investigating physical activity and health promotion interventions, programs, practices, and policies in partnership with Indigenous peoples in Canada. Dr. Lévesque’s work is founded on community engagement for the production and dissemination of action-oriented knowledge. Her research encompassing both Indigenous and mainstream/Western science approaches has informed the ways in which respectful and relevant research is conducted with Indigenous communities in Canada (e.g., KSDPP Code of Research Ethics; Canada’s Tri Council Policy Statement 2: Module 9 - Research Involving the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples of Canada). In addition to her research with Indigenous communities, she also collaborates with public health researchers in Mexico to conduct program evaluation and research related to physical activity promotion and obesity prevention.
Graduate Student Opportunities
Applications for study at the MSc and PhD levels are welcome. Students will develop expertise in areas related to physical activity promotion, implementation science, community-engaged research with Indigenous peoples and health promotion in LMIC countries. Internal funding is available. Prospective graduate students are encouraged to apply to the Ontario Graduate Scholarship Program, the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (www.sshrc.ca), the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (www.cihr.ca), and other agencies that provide support for graduate students. Interested applicants with a minimum GPA of 3.7/4.3 or minimum 80% course average should send a statement of interest, CV, and most up to date academic transcript to Dr. Lévesque via e-mail (email@example.com). Indigenous students are invited to self-identify (http://www.queensu.ca/fdasc/self-identification/self-identify).
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).