My research is in public health with a particular focus on occupational health, workplace mental health, risk assessments, and absenteeism and presenteeism across different sectors. I am particularly interested in identifying and understanding work-specific risk factors related to physical and mental health while considering other social determinants of health. In doing so, I commonly use quantitative (including meta-analyses) and qualitative methods and welcome collaborating amongst various disciplines to improve workers' lives.
I would welcome supporting the research of graduate students.
Other Academic Affiliations:
Faculty researcher, Centre for Research in Occupational Safety & Health (CROSH), Laurentian University https://crosh.ca/faculty/
Adjunct Professor, School of Kinesiology & Health Sciences, Laurentian University
I am a clinical and school psychologist. I provide psychological assessments to children, adolescents, and adults in the public sector and private sector. Also, I provide services to adults, where much of my work is to support employees with their return-to-work transitions.
PhD, Health Services (School of Rural & Northern Health), Laurentian University
MSc, Psychology, Springfield College, USA
HBA, Sport Psychology (Human Kinetics), Laurentian University