Research clusters
CoRS researchers conduct research and scholarship that enhances the health, quality of life, and participation of our citizens. While taking a lifespan approach to addressing the issues faced by diverse populations, we hold collective expertise and interest in working with several key populations: people experiencing mobility or physical activity challenges, people living with chronic conditions or diseases, and the health of indigenous peoples.

As researchers within professional programs, we recognize the symbiotic relationship between teaching, research and clinical practice, and thus conduct research to continuously improve the education of our students - future health professionals who will be engaged in inter-professional teams delivering client-centred care. Three streams run through our research areas: exploring and exploiting the use of technology; issues relevant to living in northern, rural or remote environments; and engaging with people across the continuum of health.

Underpinned by a commitment to integrated and end of grant knowledge translation, we strive to ensure meaningful engagement of stakeholders in our research processes and that the products of our research will be beneficial and useful to knowledge users.