October 3, 2016 – 7 p.m.
McNally Robinson Booksellers, 1120 Grant Avenue, Winnipeg 

To assist in planning seating RSVP to: Research_Communications@umanitoba.ca
or call 204-474-6689

In 2012, eight million Canadians provided care to family members or friends with a long-term health condition, disability or challenges associated with aging. Statistics show that caregivers of these family members overwhelmingly would like more help than they are currently receiving.

Join us to learn from our graduate students—the researchers of tomorrow—about the research they are undertaking with family caregivers and their experiences caring for those with an acquired brain injury, dementia, or frailty and how those experiences can be improved.


Dr. Todd Duhamel
Associate Dean (Research and Graduate Studies), Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management; Director of the Health Leisure and Human Performance Research Institute; and Principal Investigator, Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, St-Boniface Hospital Albrechtsen Research Centre

Panelists (PhD Candidates, Applied Health Sciences):

Jane Karpa 
PhD Candidate, Applied Health Sciences program

Scott Kehler
PhD Candidate, Applied Health Sciences program

Barbara Tallman
PhD Candidate, Applied Health Sciences program