Leis, Anne

Professor University of Saskatchewan, College of Medecine, Department of Community Health and Epidemiology
City: , Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Phone: 1.306.966.7878 Theme Seniors
Environment
Immigration
Psychology
Health and Wellness
Vitality
Interest with research on linguistic minorities - Le fait minoritaire comme déterminant de la santé
- Relations entre langue, culture et santé
- Évaluation de l’impact des services de santé en français pour la population francophone en situation minoritaire
- Promotion de la santé et styles de vie
Publications on Linguistic Minorities


, (2008 ), « La santé en français », dans A. Gilbert et L. Cardinal (dir.), L’espace francophone en milieu minoritaire au Canada. Nouveaux enjeux, nouvelles mobilisations, Montréal, Fides, 351-384.
Leis A, Weeks L, Verhoef M. Principles to guide integrative oncology and the development of an evidence base, Current Oncology 2008; 15 Suppl 2: S13-S17.

Verhoef M, Leis A. From studying patient treatment to studying patient care:  Arriving at methodological crossroads. Hematology/Oncology Clinics of North America 2008;22(4):671-682.

Leis A, Millard J. Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and supportive care in cancer: a synopsis of research perspectives and contributions by an interdisciplinary team. Supportive Care in Cancer 2007; 15(8), 909-912.

Ferro MA, Leis A, Doll R, Chiu L, Chung M, Barroetavena MC. The impact of acculturation on the use of traditional Chinese medicine in newly diagnosed Chinese cancer patients in Canada. Supportive Care in Cancer 2007; 15(8), 985-992.