- sedentary behaviour reduction
- health promotion
- population health
- physical activity promotion in older adults
Master of Kinesiology, Exercise Physiology (University of Texas)
Master of Health Studies (Athabasca University)
Certified Exercise Physiologist (Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology)
Douglas College Faculty since 2013.
I conduct community-based research through my health promotion consulting firm (https://www.agesister.com/about).
Recent Citations for Kate Milne
- Sedentary behavior in school aged children: Issues related to school-based inactivity
- Return to everyday activity in the community and home: A feasibility study for a lifestyle intervention to sit less, move more, and be strong
- Health behaviour change theory meets falls prevention: Feasibility of a habit-based balance and strength exercise intervention for older adults