As New Brunswick undergoes reform of the health care system, the New Brunswick Kinesiology Association would like to take the opportunity to reiterate the importance of a kinesiologist as a member of interdisciplinary health care team and their key role in promoting physical activity, and how they contribute to the prevention and treatment of chronic disease and injury.
In the newest discussion paper released from the minister of health, Hon. Dorothy Shephard, and her team, asking for members of the public and healthcare fields to respond to growing concerns regarding New Brunswick’s health care system. Given the multidisciplinary nature of our skillset, we have the duty to advise and advocate that we are a profession available to respond to some of these gaps.
The New Brunswick Kinesiology Association is proud to offer its second student bursary. The bursary aims to financially support university students who are pursuing a degree in kinesiology at a New Brunswick university.
NBKA among the ten research teams at Patient’s Den On October 3rd, the 2nd annual Patients’ Den was held in La Salle Richelieu on the Université de Moncton campus. The event saw 10 research teams pitch their research projects that […]