Local student looking into accessibility to health services for English seniors

By Matthew McCully

Bishop’s University grad and current University of Sherbrooke Master’s student Alexandra Ethier is on the hunt for local seniors interested in participating in a research study on the accessibility to health services for English seniors living in the Townships. Ethier explained that she got a lot of support from the local community while studying psychology at Bishop’s. “I always said I want to give back to the people who helped me,” Ethier said. “This research is a way to do that.” Ethier’s study is in the beginning stages and she said she is actively ­looking for participants. Ethier is looking for Townshippers who identify as unilingual English, meaning they could know some French, but not enough to communicate effectively. See full story in the Wednesday, Oct. 9 edition of The Record.

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