Keely Stenberg

University of Waterloo

Keely is a PhD Candidate in the School of Planning at the University of Waterloo.

PhD Thesis: The production of healthy communities: An action research approach to improving upon the health inequities of immigrants in Waterloo, Ontario (Tentative).

Explore Keely’s publications below:

Select Academic Presentations – Oral (* indicates presenter)

  • Stenberg, K.A.*, & Dean, J.A. (November 4, 2022). Developing healthy communities: A document analysis of government regulations for planning. Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning 62nd Annual Conference; Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Stenberg, K.A.*, & Dean, J.A. (June 24, 2022). Strategies change over time: A critical discourse analysis of planning’s commitment to health in Canada. International Medical Geographers Symposium; Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom.
  • Stenberg, K.A.*, & Dean, J.A. (November 18, 2022). Integrating planners into healthy city initiatives: A scoping study of intervention research. First Annual Healthy Cities Conference; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  • Stenberg, K.A.*, & Dean, J.A. (May 1, 2019). A gendered perspective on health equity: Protective health practices and equitable access to local built environments. Public Health 2019, Canadian Public Health Association; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
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