Promoting Intersectoral Collaboration to Support Frail Adults with IDD in the Community
Webinar Archive Description
June 17, 2020 from 12-1PM EST. Join presenters, Lynn Martin of Lakehead University and Hélène Ouellette-Kuntz, Queen’s University as they discuss their research to date on effective collaboration and partnerships to support frail adults with intellectual developmental disabilities in the community.
- PhD, Health Studies and Gerontology (University of Waterloo, 2005)
- MA, Développement Humain (Laurentian University, 2000)
- Hon. Psychologie (Laurentian University, 1998)
- BA Psychologie (University of Ottawa, 1997)
Over the last decade, I have developed an applied program of research focused on the health and service utilization of vulnerable populations – in particular, persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities, persons with mental illness, and older adults.
Hélène Ouellette-Kuntz (PhD)
Dr. Oullette-Kuntz is an epidemiologist and Professor in the Departments of Public Health Sciences and Psychiatry (Division of Developmental Disabilities) at Queen’s University. She has a PhD in Human Geography and an MSc in Epidemiology, both from Queen’s University.
Educational Background: BScH Biology, Queen’s University
Supervisor: Will King
Thesis Title: Solar ultraviolet radiation and colorectal cancer risk in Canada