Research by Politics graduate featured by CCPA
A recent report by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) features the research of Acadia University graduate Robin Lauzon, whose thesis delves into the unique challenges and needs of rural communities when using virtual mental health programs.
As an independent, non-partisan research institute, the CCPA brings forward research that addresses issues of social, economic, and environmental justice. The report on the CCPA website includes a summary of Lauzon’s thesis, called A Critical Assessment of Virtual Mental Health Care for Rural Nova Scotians.
Lauzon graduated with an honours degree in Politics in 2023.
To learn more about Robin Lauzon's research and experiences at Acadia, go HERE.