Canada


Lee KK. The Key Roles of Community and Building Design in Protecting and Promoting Health. Keynote Speaker, Canadian Institute of Planners National Conference. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. July, 2014. 

Lee KK.  The Key Roles of Community and Building Design in Protecting and Promoting Health. Keynote Speaker, Building Communities that Create Health Conference. Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.  May, 2014. 

Lee KK.  The Key Roles of Community and Building Design in Protecting and Promoting Health. Keynote Speaker, Building Communities that Create Health Conference. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  February, 2014. Link

Lee KK.  The Key Roles of Community and Building Design in Protecting and Promoting Health. Keynote Speaker, Building Communities that Create Health Conference. Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  February, 2014. Link

Lee KK. The Key Roles of Community and Building Design in Protecting and Promoting Health. Multiple lectures to different audiences, including built environment professionals, health professionals, and the public. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. February, 2014. 

Lee KK. The Key Roles of Community and Building Design in Protecting and Promoting Health. University of Manitoba Faculty of Architecture and Department of City Planning lecture. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. November, 2013.

Lee KK. The Key Roles of Community and Building Design in Protecting and Promoting Health. Multiple lectures to different audiences, including built environment professionals, health professionals, and the public. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. October & November, 2013. Link

Lee KK. The Key Roles of Community and Building Design in Protecting and Promoting Health. Multiple lectures to different audiences, including built environment professionals, health professionals, and the public. St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. October, 2013. Link

Lee KK. The Key Roles of Community and Building Design in Protecting and Promoting Health and Addressing Health Disparities. Keynote Speaker, Peterborough Bike Summit. Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. October, 2013.

Lee KK. The Key Roles of Community and Building Design in Protecting and Promoting Health and Addressing Health Disparities. Plenary Panelist, International Wellness Symposium. Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada. October, 2013.

Lee KK. The Key Roles of Urban and Building Environments in Addressing Disease Epidemics. Shape Up: Building Communities Shaping Lives Pre-conference Workshop, Saskatchewan Professional Planners Institute Conference. Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. September, 2013.

Lee KK. Comprehensive Policy and Environmental Approaches for Addressing Obesity and Non-Communicable Diseases.  Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region, Telehealth Presentation for Saskatchewan, Canada.  September, 2013.

Lee KK.  Post-Conference Active Design Workshop.  Manitoba Planners’ Conference. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  February, 2013. Link

Lee KK. Addressing the Determinants of Health to Prevent Diabetes and Chronic Diseases. Panel, Determinants of Our Health, Toronto in a Global Village Symposium. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. October, 2008.

Lee KK, Carlson S, Pratt M, Kohl HW. Prevalence of Meeting Physical Activity Recommendations as a Predictor of State Obesity Prevalence. SER (Society for Epidemiologic Research) Conference. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  June, 2005.

Lee KK. Chronic Disease Prevention and Control: Need for a New Paradigm? Canadian Field Epidemiology Program Seminar. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. April, 2004.

Lee KK. Public Health in A Regional Health Authority. Ontario Ministry of Health Education Days. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. December, 2003.

Lee KK. A Regional Health Authorities Framework for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention: A Response to the Alberta Healthy Living Framework. Alberta Healthy Living Network Framework Launch. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. November, 2003.

Lee KK. The Role of Environmental Health in Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention and Control? CIPHI (Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors) Conference. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. June, 2003.

Lee KK. Workplace Stress and Cardiovascular Disease. Occupational Medicine Residency Rounds, Department of Public Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Alberta. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. June, 2003.

Lee KK. Surveillance Systems for Chronic Diseases in Canada. Grand Rounds, Department of Public Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Alberta. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. March, 2003.

Lee KK. Workplace Stress and Cardiovascular Disease. Public Health Management Meeting, Public Health Division, Capital Health. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. January, 2003.

Lee KK. Workplace Health Promotion and Protection: Its Importance in Disease Prevention and Control. Keynote Speech, Workplace Design Management Meeting, Toronto Public Health. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. June, 2002.

Lee KK. Psychosocial Working Conditions and Cardiovascular Disease. Workplace Health Promotion Conference, organized by Huron County Health Unit. Huron County, Ontario, Canada. April, 2002.

Gabos S, Chen W, Schopflocher D, Predy G, Fok N, Sebulsky L, Chan S, Dmitrovic J, Lee KK. Concentrations of Selective Endocrine Disruptors in Breast Milk in Women in the Capital Health Region, Alberta, Canada. International Symposium on Biological Markers. Banff, Alberta, Canada. September, 2001.

Chen W, Schopflocher D, Gabos S, Predy G, Fok N, Sebulsky L, Chan S, Dmitrovic J, Lee KK. PCB Levels in Breast Milk in Capital Health Region Women, Alberta, Canada. International Symposium on Biological Markers, Banff, Alberta, Canada. September, 2001.

Lee KK. Psychosocial Working Conditions and Cardiovascular Disease. Making the Case for Work/Life Balance Conference, organized by the Sudbury & District Health Unit. Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. October, 2000.

Lee KK. Psychosocial Working Conditions and Cardiovascular Disease.Keynote Speech, Health Promotion Ontario Spring Conference, University of Western Ontario. London, Ontario, Canada. May, 2000.

Lee KK. The Broader Determinants of Health and International Health. Closing Speech, Student International Health Initiative Conference, McMaster University. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. March, 2000.