By Ted Venema, Hearing Instrument Practitioner instructor When new research emerged several years ago linking hearing loss to dementia, it stirred up public concern. The hearing retail industry took advantage of this fear by running ads claiming that hearing loss could lead to dementia. Moreover, they claimed that you could prevent this with hearing aids. It’s true that research has found a link between hearing loss and dementia. But “link” is a loaded word — it can indicate a connectedness, a loose relationship or a causal connection. As the saying goes, correlation… Read More
Levelling the playing field: Sport Science instructor calls for more inclusive youth soccer programming in B.C.
Douglas College’s Dr. Dominique Falls hopes her research on how soccer programs are organized will persuade the soccer community to move away from gender-segregation.
Guided by the Raven and Eagle: How this Psychiatric Nursing grad found clarity by following her Indigenous roots
When Brenna Robert learned about the Psychiatric Nursing program at Douglas College – and that it offered designated seats to Indigenous students – she knew she’d found her calling.
We caught up with fourth-year psychology student Amber Brown to learn why she is participating in SHIFT and what this research means to her.
Student Success Advisors share their favourite financial planning resources to help you budget and meet your goals.
Today we celebrate a milestone 50 years after welcoming our first students
Douglas College stands with people of colour to actively combat systemic bias in our communities. The following is a personal statement from our AVP, Academic and Student Affairs, Sarah Dench.