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Let’s Talk: Dr. Ana Johnson

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Welcome Back! In this episode, Orli and Victoria are joined by Dr. Ana Johnson who is a Public Health Sciences and Health Economics professor at Queen’s University. She has 25 years of experience with Mindfulness and Feng Shui and uses her academic and holistic knowledge in both her research and holistic health practices. Dr. Ana […]

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Let’s Talk: Revved Up

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In this episode, Orli and Victoria are joined with Amanda from Revved Up. Revved Up is an organization that provides community-based exercise programming that fosters healthy living and better quality of life among people living with mobility impairment and intellectual disabilities. Amanda discusses the ways that you can get involved and the fitness and lifestyle considerations for people […]

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Let’s Talk: Big Brothers Big Sisters

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Welcome back!! In this episode, Orli and Victoria are joined with Graham from Big Brothers Big Sisters. BBBS is an organisation that pairs youth that are facing adversities and pairs them with a mentor to aid them in success and confidence. Graham discusses what Big Brothers Big Sisters is and all the ways that you can get involved!

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Let’s Talk: QHO

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In this episode, Orli and Victoria discuss Queen’s Health Outreach and all the amazing experiences and opportunities they have had as Peer Educators and Campus Outreach Coordinators! If you’re interested in health and education, you won’t want to miss it!

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Episode 12

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In this episode, Maddy and Liv are joined by Michelle, a successful Registered Nurse. Michelle shares her nursing journey disclosing the reasoning behind her career choice, and the many lessons that she has learned in her 20 years of working in healthcare. Ranging from discussing how the pandemic has affected healthcare to how compassion plays […]

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Episode 11

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In this episode, we are joined by Madison Robertson, a current research fellow and PhD Student in Health Quality here at Queen’s University. Her current research seeks to understand the feelings of depression and loneliness for spouses who have been separated due to admission into long-term care. In this episode, we talk more about loneliness, the […]

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Episode 10

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In this episode, we are joined by the Co-Directors for QHO 2021/22 – Isabelle Strang and Emma Schotanus. Isabelle and Emma have both been on QHO for several years, and we are so excited to see everything they accomplish this year. They discuss why they joined QHO, their goals for this year, and how the […]

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The PlantEd Project

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In this episode, Kate is joined by Jackie Bastianon and Georgia Fox, the co-founders of PlantEd Project.   Jackie and Georgia are entrepreneurs, community organizers, foodies, and climate justice activists. Kate discusses with Jackie and Georgia the link between the environment and the food industry, the benefits of plant-based diets and how we can all incorporate […]

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Ep. 10

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Today we are joined by Dr. Karen Lawford, an Aboriginal midwife (Namegosibiing, Lac Seul First Nation, Treaty 3), Assistant Professor in Gender Studies and researcher for Indigenous Peoples with a particular focus on the provision of maternity care for those who live on reserve. Today we spoke about historical and contemporary colonialism, intergenerational trauma, barriers […]

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Ep. 9

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On this episode we are joined by Dr. Chris McGlory. Chris is a former rugby player from the UK who has developed a passion for research of the cellular and molecular mechanisms underpinning the adaptive response of the skeletal muscle to nutrition, exercise training, and immobilization. Today we discuss the importance of finding balance in […]

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