Jason Gilliland and Laila Girum Chat with CTV News about the HEAL’s Teens Talk Vaping Project
Dr. Jason Gilliland presents FRESHER results to community stakeholders
New Study Reviews the Effects of Cannabis Retail Outlets on Traffic Collisions, Fatalities and Other Traffic-Related Outcomes
2021-2022 Applications for New HEALYAC Members
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Jason Gilliland and Laila Girum Chat with CTV News about the HEAL’s Teens Talk Vaping Projecthttps://theheal.ca/2021/10/dr-jason-gilliland-chats-with-ctv-news-about-the-heals-teens-talk-vaping-project/ - copy
Jason Gilliland and Laila Girum Chat with CTV News about the HEAL’s Teens Talk Vaping Project

(HEAL Director)  and Laila Girum (Teen Co-Researcher) chat with CTV News London about the HEAL’s project.When asked about vaping among teens, Dr. Gilliland stated, “There’s a lot of quantitative research...

Dr. Jason Gilliland presents FRESHER results to community stakeholdershttps://theheal.ca/2021/10/dr-jason-gilliland-presents-fresher-results-to-community-stakeholders/ - copy
Dr. Jason Gilliland presents FRESHER results to community stakeholders

Dr Jason Gilliland (HEAL Director) presented the results of Phase 1 of the to a forum of community stakeholders organized through FRESHER partner the Elgin Middlesex Oxford Workforce Planning and Development...

New Study Reviews the Effects of Cannabis Retail Outlets on Traffic Collisions, Fatalities and Other Traffic-Related Outcomeshttps://theheal.ca/2021/09/new-study-reviews-the-effects-of-cannabis-retail-outlets-on-traffic-collisions-fatalities-and-other-traffic-related-outcomes/ - copy
New Study Reviews the Effects of Cannabis Retail Outlets on Traffic Collisions, Fatalities and Other Traffic-Related Outcomes

A team of researchers led by Evelyn Vingilis with Jane S. Seeley, Patricia Di Ciano, Christine M. Wickens, Robert E. Mann, Gina Stoduto, Tara Elton-Marshall, Branka Agic, Camila de Souza, André McDonald,...

2021-2022 Applications for New HEALYAC Membershttps://theheal.ca/2021/09/2021-2022-applications-for-new-healyac-members/ - copy
2021-2022 Applications for New HEALYAC Members

The HEALYAC is thrilled to announce that the member registrations for the year 2021-2022 are now open!Are you interested in learning and actively partaking in research?As a HEALYAC member, you are given...

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The Human Environments Analysis Laboratory is a state-of-the-art, multi-disciplinary research and training environment based at Western University which specializes in the production, evaluation, synthesis, dissemination and mobilization of evidence to support effective policies, programs and professional practice aimed at creating healthy and vibrant communities.

HEAL faculty and students come from various academic disciplines, including geography, sociology, urban planning, engineering, landscape architecture, health sciences, epidemiology & biostatistics, neurosciences, paediatrics, and food and nutritional sciences.

We specialize in applications of geographic information science (GIS) for addressing critical planning and public health issues. We also specialize in community-based research and strive to build authentic and mutually-beneficial partnerships with local community organizations, especially non-profits and charities.

Our Mission 

The HEAL develops and connects highly-skilled researchers to create, disseminate, and mobilize knowledge for making healthy, thriving communities.

How Neighbourhood Food Environments and a Pay-as-You-Throw (PAYT) Waste Program Impact Household Food Waste Disposal in the City of Toronto

van der Werf, P., Larsen, K., Seabrook, J.A., & Gilliland, J.

Examining Factors of Accelerometer‐Measured Sedentary Time in a Sample of Rural Canadian Children

Button, B, Martin, G, Clark, A, Graat, M, Gilliland, J.

Measuring temporal differences in rural Canadian children’s moderate to vigorous physical activity

Button, B.L.G, Clark, A.F., Martin, G., Graat, M., & Gilliland, J.A.