Carrie Anne Marshall (Assistant Professor, School of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Health Sciences) and her team published pilot study findings about homelessness and boredom in 2019. This initial inquiry led to a national study that is now wrapping up, following interviews with 167 individuals with lived experience and 20 service providers across three Canadian cities. Discover more about the study findings in this infographic
Want to learn more? Carrie discusses her program of research in the area of boredom and homelessness in this video: Boredom and meaningful activity in adults experiencing homelessness.