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News and Views from Queen's University and Kingston, Ontario!

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News and Views from Queen's University and Kingston, Ontario!

    Julianna Petrenko (Biology) – Urban Ecology

    Julianna Petrenko (Biology) – Urban Ecology

    Julianna talks about how we are losing biodiversity at an alarming rate, largely because of human-caused habitat degradation and loss. Yet, some species are persisting or even increasing for reasons that are often unclear. Some species might persist because of their ability to tolerate life in cities – one of the most dramatically human-modified habitats.  […]

    Bilen Mekoonen Araya (Rehabilitation Science) – The experience of infertility and rehabilitation services for women experiencing infertility in Ethiopia

    Bilen Mekoonen Araya (Rehabilitation Science) – The experience of infertility and rehabilitation services for women experiencing infertility in Ethiopia

    Infertility – involuntary childlessness – affects millions of people, especially women, globally. In Ethiopia, it causes significant distress and burden on women, but there is limited research on rehabilitation services available to them. Understanding the psychological, social, and financial challenges for women living with infertility in Ethiopia is important. For upcoming interviews check out the […]

    Jovina Concepcion Bachynski (Nursing) – Kidney Supportive Care

    Jovina Concepcion Bachynski (Nursing) – Kidney Supportive Care

    Kidney supportive care (KSC) is palliative care for people with advanced kidney disease. It provides relief of suffering and improves quality of life through early identification, assessment, and management of the symptom burden associated with kidney disease. KSC encompasses advance care planning (ACP)—a key element—in which patients’ goals, values, and preferences for present and future […]

    Dr Nikhil Arora (Astrophysics) – Comparing cosmological simulations with observations of galaxies to better understand their formation and evolution.

    Dr Nikhil Arora (Astrophysics) – Comparing cosmological simulations with observations of galaxies to better understand their formation and evolution.

    Dr Arora’s aim has been to uncover the intricate dynamics and evolutionary pathways of galaxies within our Universe. Through his research, he offers a distinct perspective on these cosmic entities, equipped with the expertise to navigate both theoretical frameworks and observational data. The careful comparison of telescopic observations with theoretical models is pivotal, forming the […]

    Tibeb Debele (Rehabilitation Science) – Beyond repair: The process of social inclusion of women after Obstetric fistula surgical repair in Ethiopia

    Tibeb Debele (Rehabilitation Science) – Beyond repair: The process of social inclusion of women after Obstetric fistula surgical repair in Ethiopia

    Obstetric fistula is a birth-related injury that results when women go through prolonged and obstructed labor. As a result, some women experience stigma and exclusion from their families and the community.  This study focuses on understanding how these women are included in their families and communities after receiving surgical correction. For upcoming interviews check out […]

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