Undergraduate public health education has received growing attention in recent years. Kinesiology is an academic discipline devoted to human movement and the impact physical activity has on health, society, and quality of life. This session’s purpose is to highlight students’ perspectives on including public health content in the curriculum.
Eshleen is graduate student pursuing an M.Sc in Kinesiology (Exercise and Health Physiology specialization) under the supervision of Dr. Doyle-Baker.
Dr. Doyle-Baker’s career framework is in 1) public health/ health education (Dr. PH), and 2) exercise physiology /sport science (M.Sc.) Her academic appointments model these disciplines with positions in the Faculties of Kinesiology and Environmental Design (adjunct-EVDS). Dr. DB’s research, teaching and presenting address wellness across the life span.