5 Questions with Megan Deyman, PLPH’s practicum student

Megan is currently finishing her final term of courses in UVic’s Masters of Public Health program, and she has been working with PAN for her practicum over the last 8 months.

Her contributions to the study have been a delightful balance of professionalism and enthusiasm, and we’re sorry to see her go, but wish her the very best.

Megan will  be continuing to work with PLPH data from Greater Vancouver as part of her thesis work, and, fortunately for us, will keep contributing to the participatory analysis process as well.

Read a bit more about her in this post she wrote for the PAN website.


Megan Deyman, PAN’s practicum student for 2015-16