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Violence in rural communities: youth speak out!

Judith  Kulig

Judith Kulig

qualifications: DNSc

contribution: designed the project, original concept

position: Professor


Judith Kulig is a Professor in the Nursing Program within the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Lethbridge, in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. She has devoted her research program to understanding rural health issues specifically addressing unique groups who live in rural areas, nursing practice in rural and remote Canada and community resiliency in rural communities. Judith is past Chair of the Canadian Rural Health Research Society for which she was one of the founding members.

Barry  Hall

Dr Barry Hall

qualifications: PhD

position: Professor and Division Head


I am interested in the following: Resiliency in the rural sector. Rural elderly. Rural youth violence. Clinical treatment of first Nations' people. Rural suicide.

Ruth  Grant Kalischuk

Ruth Grant Kalischuk

qualifications: PhD

position: Associate Professor

Ruth's research interests include: family research, end-of-life care, dealing with loss and trauma, public health, and water and health. She teaches a graduate course in advanced qualitative research methodology.

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