Elizabeth Cooper

Assistant Professor

Office: CK 164.20
E-mail: elizabeth.cooper@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-337-2602
Website: https://www.ejcooper.com

Research interests

My research is centred on the idea that if we work together, we will be able to figure out how we can foster healthier communities, and by extension, a healthier world. My work is community-driven, which means that the topics come from the stakeholders and are real-world issues that need real-world solutions. My work is largely qualitative and spans topics in the fields of: mental health, reproductive health, infectious diseases, health systems, vaccine hesitancy and uptake, violence, research across the lifespan, as well as the impacts of power relationships on health, such as the ongoing effects of colonialism on the health of newcomers and Indigenous peoples.

I am committed to working in partnership with community organizations and mentoring opportunities for student interested in health policy, evaluation, and intervention research especially topics with an equity, diversity, and inclusion focus. I welcome inquiries about possible collaborations and training opportunities. 

Please see my website for more detailed information about me and about my research. www.ejcooper.com