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Sabrina Sater

Research Associate

Sabrina is a research associate at the Human Environments Analysis Laboratory. She has supported the HEAL in our many projects such as STEAM, ACT-I-Pass, and SmartAppetite. Her most direct involvement is with the Active and Safe Route to School (ASRTS) initiative, which assesses children's travel to and from school, addressing infrastructure and safety concerns while promoting the use of active travel. The scope of Sabrina's research interests includes; children's health and health promotion, social determinants of health, sustainable community development and built environments.

Educational Background

  • Honours BA, Social Justice and Peace Studies, Kings University College, UWO (2012)

Keywords

  • Active School Travel
  • Children's Health and Health Promotion
  • Sustainable Community Development
  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Environmental and Social Justice