Kristiann Man

Contact Information


Telephone:  613-533-2666

Office:  KHS 301B

Undergraduate Courses

HLTH 332 (ASO) – Foundations for Understanding Disability (Summer 2020)

Research Summary

Kristiann’s research explores quality participation in community-based exercise programming for persons with physical disabilities.  She has training in both qualitative and quantitative methods, and has studied volunteer, program member, and program provider perspectives within this context.

Recent Publications

D’Urzo, K. A., Man, K. E., Bassett-Gunter, R. L., Latimer-Cheung, A. E., & Tomasone, J. R. (2018). Identifying “real-world” initiatives for knowledge translation tools: a case study of community-based physical activity programs for persons with physical disability in Canada. Translational Behavioral Medicine, iby088,

Man, K. E., Williams, T., Barnim, N., Shirazipour, C. H., Latimer-Cheung, A. E., & Tomasone, J. R. (2019). “It’s not something that we just do for the sake of doing”: Volunteers’ experiences of quality participation in a community-based exercise program for people with disabilities. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. In Review.

Man, K. E., Caron, J., Latimer-Cheung, A. E., & Tomasone, J. R. (In preparation). An exploration of strategies used to foster quality participation in community-based exercise programs for adults with physical disabilities. Intended journal: Psychology of Sport and Exercise.

Man, K. E., Latimer Cheung, A. E., Sweet, S. N., Evans, M. B., Smith, B., Shirazipour, C., & Tomasone, J. R. (In preparation). Exploring quality participation among adults with physical disabilities in a community-based exercise program: A mixed methods collective case study approach. Intended journal: Psychology of Sport and Exercise.