Working with Students Opens Perspectives

Working with Students Opens Perspectives

A Reflection by Dr. Bonnie Jeffery. Dr. Bonnie Jeffery’s research focuses on Older Adults, Dementia, Aging in Place, Rural and Remote Settings, End of Life. Students are really interested in issues of inequity; however, rural Saskatchewan is not thought of as a...
Inaction is also a decision

Inaction is also a decision

A reflection by Dr. Dan Fuller. Dr. Dan Fuller’s research examines the best ways to design and build cities and towns that equitably increase physical activity for the entire population. The risk of not doing this research is that decisions are not based on evidence....
People are Not Disposable

People are Not Disposable

A reflection by Dr. Gabriela Novotna. Dr. Gabriela Novotna’s research focuses on substance use and misuse, concurrent disorders, gambling, harm reduction, knowledge translation, and institutional theory. It is time that we as a society change our approach to...
How Often Do You Actually Get to Prove a Point?

How Often Do You Actually Get to Prove a Point?

A reflection by Sue Delanoy. Sue Delanoy is the former Executive Director of the Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan. SPHERU has been transformative in my work and community, and continues to be today. Working with SPHERU meant access to research and data on the...