Krystle is a MSc candidate co-supervised by Dr. Keith Yeates and Dr. Jennifer Zwicker (School of Public Policy). She is involved in the Implementation of the Maternal Neonatal Child & Youth (MNCY) Clinical Pathway (CP) for Acute Care of Paediatric Concussion: Uptake, Outcomes and Health Impacts and Pediatric Concussions in Alberta projects.
Krystle holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Calgary, with her Capstone focusing on exploring the current status of concussion policy in secondary schools in Alberta. Also from the University of Calgary Krystle holds a Bachelor’s of Art degree in Development Studies and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biological Sciences. From the Centre for Refugee Studies at York University Krystle holds a Refugee and Forced Migration Studies Certificate. Krystle is passionate about public health and the utilization of policy to better support vulnerable populations. Her wide-ranging research interests lie in the area of concussion, social determinants of health, health system efficiency, and developmental disabilities. Krystle currently works as a Research Associate in the Health Policy area of the University of Calgary's School of Public Policy.
Alberta Health Services (2018-2020)
Brain Canada Foundation (2018-2020)