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Female minister, facilitator specializing in positive mental health, mindfulness, metaphysics, and the intersectionality between spirituality and current events and the role of religion in a new era.
Women-owned business, Women entrepreneurs, Advocacy for women entrepreneurs and business owners, Gender equality, Gender equity
Immigration, Migration, Refugees, Asylum seekers, Multiculturalism, Immigrant youth, Migrants with precarious immigration status, Refugee claimants, Intercultural competence
Dr. Brynn L. Winegard is a professor, expert, and speaker in business-brain sciences. A business person and entrepreneur, Winegard looks at business phenomena through the lens of social and brain sciences in order to gain a deeper understanding of how and why things work or manifest the way they do. What are shoppers really looking for? What do consumers really want from producers? How can we use insights from the social and brain sciences to be better at our jobs and in our lives - be better leaders, sales people, engagers, managers, be more successful? Contact Brynn to gain a deeper understanding - and therefore better insights - of the business phenomena you are considering, looking at, or investigating.
Psychology, Brain Mechanisms, Impulse Control, Cognitive Functions, Cognitive Dysfunctions, Brain Injury, Pharmacology, Molecular and Behavioural Neuroscience
Climate policy, Energy policy, Environmental policy, Carbon pricing, Natural resource development, Public finance and the environmental consequences of resource development
Public health, Community design, Health and transportation, Road safety, Impact of communities on public health, Bicycling, Micromobility, Transportation, Equity, Smart cities, Social connectedness (www.chatrlab.ca)
Burma, Myanmar, ethnic nationalities, conflict, conflict areas, conflict communities, human rights, human rights and the environment, women's right, refugee groups, Canadian foreign policy on Burma, healthcare, women, development, feminist
Off-Label Drug Use, Antidepressants, Pharmacovigilance, Electronic Health Records, Drug safety, Post-Market Surveillance of Drugs