Walrus Talks Quality of Life

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UVic nursing professor and palliative care researcher Kelli Stajduhar with the Institute on Aging and Lifelong Health, and sociologist Neena Chappell—the Institute’s founding director—shared the stage with rocker and author Bif Naked, broadcaster and poet Bill Richardson, neurologist and medical educator Alexander Henri-Bhargava, chief medical officer of the First Nations Health Authority Evan Adams, and others.

Walrus Talks happen in cities across Canada on themes of pressing interest such as energy, mental health, human rights and water. The sold-out event was held June 2nd at Vancouver’s newest theatre venue, the Goldcorp Stage at the BMO Theatre Centre in Olympic Village.

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