Teaching

Graduate Supervision

Dr Kelly is accepting qualified master’s and doctoral students interested in studying:

Home care
Long-term care
Disability studies
Qualitative methods
Gender and feminist theory
Aging studies and cultural gerontology
Canadian health and social policy

Courses Taught

Instructor
Undergraduate Medical Education – Population Health Course, University of Manitoba
2020 Research 6: Research Design II (Year One, lecture)
2019 Disabilities and Independent Living (Year One, lecture and tutorial)
2019 Eval 4: Evaluating Treatment One (Year Two, tutorial)
2019 Research 6: Research Design II (Year One, lecture)
2018 Disabilities and Independent Living (Year One, lecture and tutorial)
2018 Health Equity 1 – Physician Development Curriculum (Year Three, tutorial)
2018 Assessing and Measuring Population Health Status – Statistics & Research (Year One, lecture)
2016 Disabilities and Independent Living (Year One, lecture and tutorial)
2016 Disabilities and Independent Living I (Year Two, lecture and tutorial)
2016 Disabilities and Independent Living II (Year Two, lecture and tutorial)

Instructor and Course Designer
Community Health Sciences – Family Social Sciences, University of Manitoba
2020- Social Aspects of Aging (2650, a large undergraduate course tri-listed in Family Social Studies, Social Work and Kinesiology and Recreation Management)
2019-2020 Advanced Qualitative Research Methods in Community Health Sciences (CHS 7740)
2017-2019 Diversity and Families (FMLY 2500)