Lindsay Croxall

/Lindsay Croxall
Lindsay Croxall 2018-04-23T13:40:26+00:00

Doctor of Philosophy Student (ABD)

Biography: Lindsay Croxall is an Algonquin PhD student from Timiskaming First Nation. She is currently studying in the Aging and Health program at Queens University, and is co-supervised by Dr. Patricia Collins (Geography and Planning; Kinesiology and Health Studies) and Dr. Heather Castleden (Geography and Planning; Public Health Sciences). She has a BA (Hons) in Psychology, and an MSc. in Interdisciplinary Health Science. Lindsay is a Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP) with AGE-WELL which is a transdisciplinary network in aging and technology. She is also on the development team for Carleton University’s Institute on the Ethics of Research with Indigenous people (CUIERIP), and she is a children’s rights advocate with the Family Resource Programs Canada (FRP) and the Landon Pearson Centre.

Publications

Croxall, L (2016). The AGE-WELL 2016 Annual Conference and the 4th Annual Canadian Association on Gerontology. [Blog Publication].

Croxall, L. (2016). AGE-WELL “Health Technology Assessment (HTA) and AGE-WELL “The Force Awakens” with Don Juzwishin (PhD). [Blog Publication]

Special Issue/ Rights of Indeingous Children: Child Rigths in the communtiy context. http://www.landonpearson.ca/uploads/6/0/1/4/6014680/cjcrnewsletter20171en_final_copy.pdf

Numéro Spécial/ Les droits des enfants autochtones: Les droits de l’enfant dans le contexte communautaire. http://www.landonpearson.ca/uploads/6/0/1/4/6014680/cjcrnewsletter20171fr__.pdf

Under Review

Croxall, L. (2017). First Nation Elders who use wheeled mobility: an exploration of culture and health. (Awaiting Reviewer Scores). Canadian Association on Aging.

Presentations

Croxall, L. Aditawazi Nisoditadiwin: Reconciliation, Responsibilities, & (RE) Creating Relationships-3rd Annual Student Conference. March 19th, 2017. Thesis proposal presentation. First Nations Elders who use wheeled mobility: an exploration of culture and health.

Croxall, L. AGE-WELL Annual Conference October 18-20th, 2016. Poster Presentation. First Nations Elders who use wheeled mobility: an exploration of culture and health.

Croxall, L. Canadian Association on Gerontology. October 20-22nd Poster Presentation. First Nations Elders who use wheeled mobility: an exploration of culture and health.

Croxall, L. AGE-WELL Annual Conference. October 18-20, 2017. Poster Presentation. First Nations Elders who use wheeled mobility: an exploration of culture and health.

Croxall, L. Canadian Association on Gerontology. October 20-22 April 2017. Poster Presentation. First Nation Elders who use wheeled mobility: an exploration of culture and health.

Scholarships and Awards

AGE-WELL ACCESS Award (2018)

Robert Sutherland Fellowship (2017)

Indspire Bursary and Scholarship (2016/2017)

CIHR Travel Grant (2017)

University of Ottawa Travel Grant (2016)

AGE-WELL ACCESS Award (2016)

Carleton University’s Institute on the Ethics of Research with Indigenous People Scholarship (2016)

Indspire Scholarship (2015/2016)

Graduate Education Bursary (2015/2016/2017)

Letko Brosseau et Associes Scholarship (2015)

Lillian Gertsman Scholarship Award (2014)

Indspire Scholarship (2013/2014)

Aboriginal Postsecondary Education and Training Bursary (2013)

Ouellette Family Scholarship (2013)

Epners Scholarship Award for Determination and Academic Excellence (2005

Academic Excellence Certificate from the Quebec Association of Adult Learning (2005)

Professional Development and Affiliations

Affiliations: 

Highly Qualified Personnel: AGE-WELL

Conference Development Team Member: Carleton University’s Institute on the Ethics of Research with Indigenous People (CUIREIP)

 

Development:

Reconcilation through Indigenous Education Course (UBC) (2017)

OCAP Course Completed/AlgonquinCollege (2016)

Innovotaors of Tomorrow Early Professionals, Inspired Careers Program AGE-WELL (2016)

Graduate Workshop on Mixed Methods in Intrediscplinary Health Research (2016)

Graduate Workshop on Qualitative Methods in Interdcisplinary Health Research (2016).

Particpation in Carleton Universties Insitute on Ethics of Research with Indiengous People ( 2016)

Certificate of Achievement for successfully completing “Essentials of Leadership II” (2010)

Certificate of Achievement for successfully completing “Essentials of leadership I” (2009)