I am grateful to have been invited to give a keynote talk at the 1st Annual Fit Cities Fit Towns Canada Conference, organized by Housing for Health and the University of Alberta. The talk was titled "Improving social connections in our communities through the built environment" and the topic aligned well with my current dissertation work and my focus on the links between the built environment and public health!
Here's the recording of the talk (Feb 24, 2021):
I was blown away by the wonderful feedback and generative conversation.
Check out the rest of the conference recordings.
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