clinical effectiveness, health services outcome and evaluation, health services organization and management, knowledge transfer, acute, pre-hospital and emergency care, community/home care, health care system
1) IHPME has been involved in developing policy options for supporting informal caregivers. With funding provided from CIHR Evidence Informed Health Renewal and in collaboration with the European Observatory of Health Systems and Policies grant Co-PI Dr. Anderson and Dr. Sinha hosted a workshop with the Ontario Caregiver Coalition and a subsequent Policy Dialogue with senior MOHLTC officials.
2) IHPME has played a central role in impact dig data inititive. IN collaboration with the Dean of DLSPH, IHPME has been able to develop a proposal to use big data as part of a collaborative cross disciplinary research initiative at the University of Toronto. Working with Don Stuss from Ontario Brain Institute IHPME has formed a partnership with OECD to work on the role of big data in dementia research and care. This OECD initiative includes an international conference in Toronto in September 2014.
3) IHPME has worked with UME and PGME in the FoM to develop a shared vision for physician leadership training that will put IHPME and FoM at the forefront of physician leadership education globally. IHPME and FoM will host a Summit on Physician Leadership Education in Toronto in October 2014.