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Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
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Jacqueline C Gahagan

Head, Health Promotion Division, Director, Gender & Health Promotion Studies Unit and Professor, Health Promotion Dalhousie University Canada

Biography

Jacqueline Gahagan is a Full Professor of Health Promotion and Head of the Health Promotion Division in the School of Health and Human Performance in the Faculty of Health Professions at Dalhousie University. Jacqueline also holds cross appointments in Community Health and Epidemiology, International Development Studies, Gender Studies, Occupational Therapy, Nursing and is an Affiliate Member of the European Union Centre for Excellence, the Health Law Institute at Dalhousie University, the Atlantic Health Promotion Research Centre and the Beatrice Hunter Cancer Research Institute. Dr. Gahagan teaches courses in measurement and evaluation, community health promotion, health promotion theory, and women’s health and the environment at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Dr. Gahagan is a member of the editorial board for several peer-reviewed journals, including Health Care for Women International, Sexual Health, and the Canadian Journal of Public Health.

Research Interest

Harm-reduction policies and programs

Gender-based analyses of health policies

Research ethics; program monitoring and evaluation

Social and behavioural aspects of sexual health

STI/HIV/Hepatitis C prevention, care, treatment and support

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