Dr. Kate Murray discusses how monthly community dance sessions supported cultural exchange, revival and physical activity for Somali refugees.
Kate Murray, PhD, MPH, is a senior lecturer at Queensland University of Technology in the School of Psychology and Counselling. Her research focuses on the role of acculturation, stress, and health behaviors and their contribution to mental health and chronic disease concerns among immigrant and refugee communities. Her research also focuses on the use of community-engaged research methods to promote health equity for under-served communities.
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- Adapting Physical Activity Programs for Somali Refugees - 14th March 2017