Health and Physical Education
M.Sc., University of Calgary
Education: Jenelle completed both a Bachelor’s degree and a Master of Science degree in Kinesiology at the University of Calgary. Her graduate work was focused on health economics, injury prevention, and injury epidemiology. She has an interest in medical education/curriculum development and has recently completed her PhD coursework in this area, at the University of Calgary.
Current Work: In addition to instructing in the Advanced Certificate of Athletic Therapy Program, Jenelle works clinically as an Athletic Therapist at Optimal Therapies at Mount Royal University. She is also the Research Coordinator for the Knee Osteoarthritis Clinic at the University of Calgary.
Instructor Profile: Jenelle has worked clinically as an Athletic Therapist since certifying in 2000. She has worked as an on-site therapist for various levels of sport and has continued to develop her knowledge and skills through her continuing education pursuits in both clinical and emergency care areas.
Community Service/Research Interests: Jenelle has continued her research involvement in the areas of health economics, injury prevention and injury epidemiology through her work with the Sport Injury Prevention Research Centre and now works with the Alberta Innovates-Health Solutions (AIHS) Interdisciplinary Team in Osteoarthritis.
She works with the Sport Medicine Council of Alberta as an instructor for the Athletic Injury Management program and is currently a member of the Exam Development Group with the Canadian Board of Certification for Athletic Therapy.