Second Successful KIN-ect: Linking Research

Fri. Oct. 28, 2016

There was a healthy crowd for this second iteration of conference style research presentations by members of the Department of Kinesiology & Applied Health including contract faculty and a visiting scholar from Spain! The afternoon of presentations, followed by Q&A took place Friday, October 28th with the following presenters and topics:

Dr. David Telles-Langdon (Department Chair): A Theoretical Rendering of the Moral-Reasoning Process of Sport Coaches

Dr. Melanie Gregg: Physical Literacy: Are Manitoba's Youth Making the Grade?

Dr. Jose Gallego (Visiting Scholar - Universidad de Almeira): Effects of an Inclusive Sport Programme in the Mental and PHysical Well-Being of People with Schizophrenia

Aman Hussain: Stories of Becoming an Emergency PHysician

Neil MacDonald (Research Scholar 2016-2018): Prehospital Care of Spinal Injuries: New Directions in Assessment and Treatment

Florent Thezard (Kinesiology Graduate, currently in Masters program): Cervical Spine Kinematics in Ambulance Transport

Dr. Glen Bergeron: Concussions in the CIS - A Snapshot and Future Strategy

Stephen Dubienski (Contract Instructor): The use of Biofeedback Intervention for the Psychological Effects of Concussion

The event moderators were Nathan Hall and Aman Hussain. Thank you to all who attended and took part in this lively and informative afternoon.