On March 24, 2021 the Calgary Adapted Hub along with our partners at the University of Calgary Sport Injury Prevention Research Centre hosted Dr. Nancy Quinn in the second instalment of the Community Engagement and Knowledge Translation Seminar series. Dr. Quinn’s presentation “Too Many Chairs: Spatiality and Disability in Sporting Spaces” is available in full length here.
Dr. Nancy Quinn is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Western University, London, ON. She is also a Registered International Sport Physical Therapist with multiple Paralympic Games experience as a member and Medical Lead for Canada’s Health Science Teams (HST). Nancy’s research interests inspired by a passion for equitable access to sport and physical activity, include the use of qualitative research methods that centralize the athlete/participant experience of para sport and contemporary media’s representation of disability sport.
The Calgary Adapted Hub powered by Jumpstart would like to thank our partners at the University of Calgary Sport Injury Prevention Research Centre for hosting this Community Engagement and Knowledge Translation Seminar and making it accessible the entire Calgary Adapted Hub community.
For more information on the University of Calgary Sport Injury Prevention Research Centre visit.
February 25, 2021 | Partners News