Celebrating 30 years
of rural health and safety

CCHSA Faculty received the Department of Medicine Research competition awards

As announced on December 19, 2016 by the Chair of the Department of Medicine Research Committee, University of Saskatchewan, 10 awards were granted to 10 high quality research proposals. This was an extremely competitive process and highlights some of the excellent research being conducted in the Department of Medicine. There are 3 faculty from the CCHSA who made it through a thorough review process.

Dr. Joshwa Lawson

Project title: An investigation of lung health and atopy among children in agricultural settings.

Dr. Caterine Trask

Project title: Participatory Ergonomic Evaluation of Bovine Veterinary Practice: Towards Developing Safety Interventions

Dr. George Katselis

Project title:  Use of Proteomics as a Diagnostic and Prognostic Tool for Chronic Low Back Pain (CLBP)

Congratulations to our above excellent Faculty who contribute to the research activities at the Department of Medicine and the CCHSA.


National Agricultural Industrial Hygiene Laboratory, Rural Dementia, Farm Injury Report, more


Agricultural Health and Safety Network, CANWORKSAFE, and occupational health clinics


Founding Chairs Fellowship and the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities Scholarship



Upcoming events and conferences, including previous events


Current faculty at the CCHSA


Current staff at the CCHSA