Jodi Langley, MSc, B.Kin
Supervisor:Dr. Melanie Keats
Co-supervisor:Dr. Grace Warner
Program of Study:PhD in Health
Project Title:Physical exercise in early palliative care in advanced and non-curable cancer: The role of the clinicians in assessing, advising, and referring patients to supportive exercise programs and the acceptance of these program from patients, caregivers, and key stakeholders
My future plans are to assist in developing, implementing and evaluating exercise-based palliative care interventions across Nova Scotia. This work is important and highly relevant to cancer research given an increasing number of individuals living with non-curative disease and the lack of tailored exercise for these individuals
Cassidy, C., Langley, J., Steenbeek, A., Taylor, B., Kennie-Kaulbach, N., Grantmyre, H., ... & Isenor, J. (2021). A Behavioral analysis of nurses’ and pharmacists’ role in addressing vaccine hesitancy: scoping review. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics, 1-18.
Cassidy, C., Stratton, L., Taylor, B., Steenbeek, A., Langley, J., & Isenor, J. (2021). Characterizing nurses’ and pharmacists’ role in addressing vaccine hesitancy and/or refusal: A scoping review protocol.
Little, J. P., Langley, J., Lee, M., Myette-Côté, E., Jackson, G., Durrer, C., ... & Jung, M. E. (2019). Sprint exercise snacks: a novel approach to increase aerobic fitness. European journal of applied physiology, 119(5), 1203-1212.