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Dr. John Oliffe [bio]

UBC’s Vancouver Campus | 302-6190 Agronomy Road | Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1Z3 | 604-822-7638 | john.oliffe@nursing.ubc.ca

Dr. Joan Bottorff [bio]

UBC’s Okanagan Campus | ART223 – 1147 Research Road | Kelowna, BC, Canada V1V 1V7 | 250-807-8627 | joan.bottorff@ubc.ca

Dr. Gayl Sarbit [bio]

UBC’s Okanagan Campus | ART223 – 1147 Research Road | Kelowna, BC, Canada V1V 1V7 | 250-807-8054 | gayl.sarbit@ubc.ca
  • Additional Research Team Members:
  • Dr. Marianne Clark
  • Dr. Anima Anand
  • Ms. Kym Howay
  • Mr. Jack Boomer
  • Dr. Cristina Caperchione
  • Ms. Ann Dauphinee
  • Dr. Carolyn Gotay
  • Dr. Susan Wells
  • Research Assistants:
  • Svea Brousseau
  • Alex Cloherty
  • Raquel Graham


This project has been funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

Dr. John Oliffe

Dr. John Oliffe is a Professor in the School of Nursing, at UBC’s Vancouver Campus. His program of research is in masculinities and men’s health. Dr. Oliffe is focused on better understanding the intersections between fatherhood and tobacco use as a means to developing men-centered smoking reduction and cessation interventions.

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Dr. Joan Bottorff

Dr. Joan Bottorff is a Professor in the School of Nursing, and Director of the Institute for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention at UBC’s Okanagan Campus. She has served as the first Dean of UBC Okanagan’s Faculty of Health and Social Development and is named Chair in Cancer Prevention and Health Promotion. Her research includes health promotion and health behaviour change in the contexts of gender, cancer control, and genetic testing.

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Dr. Gayl Sarbit

Gayl Sarbit is an experienced educator, who brings extensive teaching and leadership expertise to the role of Knowledge Broker. She currently works with the Institute for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention at UBC’s Okanagan Campus.

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