We are pleased to welcome Dr. Suzanne Goopy as a keynote speaker at the TIES Conference 2020.
Suzanne Goopy is a social and visual anthropologist. She is an independent social researcher and consultant and holds a position as Adjunct Associate Professor in the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Calgary. Suzanne’s approach to research aims to find innovative ways to engage with contemporary issues and challenges. Her research focuses on Newcomer experiences, the notion of Healthy Cities, the impact of structures and systems on the everyday health and well-being of individuals and groups and, the need for innovative and engaging dissemination methodologies.
Asked what is the most important part of her research and Suzanne will answer, unequivocally, that it is the ability to disseminate her work to the broadest possible audience with the hope of engaging individuals, groups, scholars and governments in open and progressive dialogue.
Some Examples of Suzanne’s work can be found here:
- Health and well-being
- Newcomer health and emotional well-being
- Healthy cities
- Systems and structures
- Design and planning
- Knowledge transfer and exchange