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The assessment of individuals whose decision-making ability has come into question (e.g., health, where they live, legal issues) necessitates use of best practice processes due to the implications on personal autonomy and rights. Research aims to assist organizations, systems, and service providers in building capacity in offering decision-making capacity assessments.
My research explores spiritual and mental well-being, health, resilience, and moral injury among military, veteran, civilian and student populations. Activities include the study, implementation and dissemination of interventions that aim to enhance function and well-being, inter-professional collaboration, capacity-building, and system-change.
As the Director of the Heroes in Mind Advocacy and Research Consortium (HiMARC), I am committed to serving those who serve us through research, teaching and service. Canadian military members, veterans, public safety personnel, and their families will benefit from HiMARC's research, education, and knowledge translation activities.Heroes in Mind Advocacy and Research Consortium (HiMARC)