Dr. Corinne Schuster-Wallace is the Executive Director of the Global Institute for Water Security and faculty member in the Department of Geography and Planning, University of Saskatchewan, Canada. Previously positions include Senior Research Fellow for UNU Institute for Water, Environment, and Health and the Public Health Agency of Canada. She founded the Women Plus Water community and is the inaugural Chair of Cansu Global's Science, Innovation, Technology, and Education (SITE) initiative. In 2023 she was recognized as a Water Shero by the Red Dot Foundation. Her research utilises a coupled systems approach to water-related human health in rural, remote, and marginalised communities. Her work integrates university and community, different knowledge systems, and research, practice, and teaching. Coupling environmental and social systems provides a comprehensive understanding of socio-environmental determinants of health and how inequities and intersectionality along with knowledge, attitudes, and practices affect health and wellbeing. These are critical considerations in building climate resilience and more equitable and sustainable water resources management approaches.
Harnessing smart technology for private well risk assessment and communication
Hoffman, T., Hynds, P.D., Schuster-Wallace, C.J., Dickson-Anderson, S.E., and Majury, A.
A coupled-systems framework for reducing health risks associated withprivate drinking water wells
Stephanie Di Pelino, Corinne Schuster-Wallace, Paul D. Hynds, Sarah E. Dickson-Anderson and Anna Majury
Canadian Water Resources Journal/Revue canadienne des ressources hydriques,
Critical elements for local Indigenous water security in Canada: a narrative review
Tessa Latchmore, C. J. Schuster-Wallace, Dan Roronhiakewen Longboat, Sarah E. Dickson-Anderson and Anna Majury
Journal of Water & Health,
Evaluating health research priority-setting in low-income countries: a case study of health research priority-setting in Zambia
Lydia Kapiriri, Corinne Schuster-Wallace and Pascalina Chanda-Kapata
Health Research Policy and Systems,