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Gender, Society, and Health
Jenalene Antony opened a design studio in Saskatchewan with a focus on rural issues. As a designer she has worked on teams with Environment Canada, the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Calgary telling stories about sustainability and social change. The largely Ukrainian settlement she is currently working in is one of the poorest and fastest aging communities in Canada. It is a rural community and decision makers are removing basic health care services. Violence towards women is an acute issue. Jenalene has started a third-party data collection research effort to provide evidence for the need to address rape culture in rural community health care settings. Her goal is to release data in the summer of 2020.