The Faculty of Health & Community Studies at Mount Royal University embraces research and scholarship as integral to teaching excellence and the provision of quality post-secondary education. Consistent with our mission, there is a strong commitment to research and scholarship that is integrated into classroom activities and service to our communities.
The Integrative Health Institute (IHI), Centre for Child Well-Being, Centre for Criminology and Justice Research, Centre for Nursing Education, Scholarship, and Teaching, Scholars’ Council, Simulation Learning Centre and Forensic Research Network support collaborative research and scholarship initiatives across the programs within the Faculty. For more information, please see current Centre & Institute Project initiatives.
The Faculty of Health and Community Studies is instructionally-focused and research-informed. Scholarship is recognized as an essential activity. We are committed to a model of undergraduate research where faculty and students work together to generate new knowledge, establish stronger interdisciplinary connections and build more effective research relationships with the community.
In the 2010-2015 Strategic Plan of the Faculty, there are key research and scholarship goals and objectives that are articulated. Among them, the following are highlighted as important in moving individual and collective research agendas forward in the coming years:
Please take a few moments to visit links hosted on this webpage (see license plates on the right hand side of the page) as they relate to research and scholarship within the Faculty of Health & Community Studies.