Heather Rennie, Practice Leader for Provincial Psychosocial Programs at BC Cancer is one of the co-investigators on a CBCF grant focused on developing practical strategies for improving physical activity among women with cancer.
Title: Improving physical activity and reducing sedentary behaviour among breast cancer survivors: MOVING research into practice
Granting Agency: Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation
Term: 5 years (July 2015 to June 2020)
Amount Requested: $378,859.
Co-investigators: Sabiston, C. M., Vallance, J., Ahmed, R., Brunet, J., Campbell, K., Courneya, K., Culos-Reed, S. N., Faulkner, G., Friedenreich, C., Gauvin, L., Jones, J., Karvinen, K., Keats, M., McGowan, E., Rennie, H, Santa Mina, D.
Additional Authors: Fong, A. J., Tomasone, J., Trinh, L.
$2000 for four staff to present at the Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology Annual Conference 2015