As a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Knowledge Translation at Arthritis Research Canada and UBC with Dr. Linda Li, Jasmin is focused on supporting strength training behaviour change and developing methods for tailored physical activity interventions among people with rheumatoid arthritis.
Jasmin completed her PhD in Health and Exercises Sciences, with emphasis on behaviour change science and integrated knowledge translation, from the University of British Columbia- Okanagan. Her PhD work focused on systematic, co-created, and theory-based physical activity intervention development for people with spinal cord injury. She has a strong passion for bridging health care and recreation sectors to provide tailored community physical activity participation opportunities for people with disabilities.
- Physical activity measurement in people with spinal cord injury: comparison of accelerometry and self-report (the Physical Activity Recall Assessment for People with Spinal Cord Injury) (2020)
Disability and Rehabilitation, 42 (2), 240--246
- The Effects of a Patient and Provider Co-Developed, Behavioral Physical Activity Intervention on Physical Activity, Psychosocial Predictors, and Fitness in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury: A Randomized Controlled Trial (2019)
Sports Medicine, 49 (7), 1117--1131
- Physical activity self-management interventions for adults with spinal cord injury: Part 1–A systematic review of the use and effectiveness of behavior change techniques (2018)
Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 37, 274--285
- Physical activity self-management interventions for adults with spinal cord injury: Part 2 – Exploring the generalizability of findings from research to practice (2018)
Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 37, 286--295