According to University of Alberta sexual health expert Shaniff Esmail, sexual health is a topic everyone struggles with, especially if you have a disability, and health-care professionals need to be more knowledgeable when dealing with patients with disabilities and other conditions. The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine recently launched the Online Certificate in Sexual Health to fill this gap and train more health-care professionals to understand sexual health and disability. The post-graduate certificate is the only one of its kind currently in Canada. Twenty students, which was the maximum capacity for the first cohort, are currently making their way through the program. The demand for the program was so high that a second cohort of students was admitted into the program in January
Why do Quebeckers cook more often than everyone else? To better understand our fellow Canadians — and steal their best practices — we asked experts to explain our differences in a series of posts, starting with the mother of all subjects: sex. Sixty-six percent of Albertan women say they get busy at least once a week, compared to 50 percent across the rest of Canada. They also reported more relationship satisfaction than women in most other provinces. Here, five sex specialists interpret i. Related: The Canadian woman at 40 ish.
The daily habit that contributes to my success is… Getting eight hours of sleep, reading the news and keeping my inbox at zero. After I die, I want to be remembered for… Being a great father. One piece of advice I'd give a current student is… Your degree is about learning how to learn. Read the full interview at ualberta. Copyright All materials appearing in The Gateway bear copyright of their creator s and may not be used without written consent.
Heal feels that engineers are becoming ever more concerned with community impact. Heal has always had a big-picture view of engineering and of student life in general. In his third year, he came up with the idea of staging a full-fledged exhibit of artwork created by engineering students, faculty members and professionals. Called Spaces, the exhibit ran for two weeks during National Engineering and Geosciences Month; this year, he and a core group of volunteers curated the second annual exhibit. He also played a key role in helping to establish Engage North , a University of Alberta initiative launched this year to connect young people from Canadian universities to remote communities.