IHPME Health Policy Rounds – Rayzel Shulman

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An Evaluation of the Universal Funding Program for Pediatric Insulin Pumps in Ontario

Rayzel ShulmanRayzel Shulman, MD, PhD, FRCPC

Rayzel is currently a Staff Physician at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children, in the Department of Paediatrics and the Division of Endocrinology. She is also a post-doctoral fellow at the Institute for Clinical and Evaluative Sciences (ICES).  Rayzel is an Assistant Professor at U of T and she received her PhD in Health Systems Research from IHPME in 2015.  Rayzel’s current research activity is focused on improving outcomes of youth with diabetes through health systems and policy strategies.


A light lunch will be provided.

Audio Dial-In

If you cannot attend in person, you may dial-in for the session:

  • Local Dial In: 416-443-4584
  • Toll-Free Dial In: 1-866-518-0787 (Canada and US)
  • Conference ID: 822073

Background about the Health Policy Rounds

The purpose is to foster discussion between like-minded individuals with an interest in health policy as an area of study – one that requires content knowledge about issues and developments in health policy and health systems, and engagement with a diverse scholarly literature in policy studies (e.g., political science, public administration, organizational behaviour, sociology, etc.).

We welcome and encourage students to present their research or projects! Or if you have suggestions for scholars we may approach for future sessions, please let us know. Please e-mail: julia.ho@mail.utoronto.ca if you are interested in presenting or have any questions.

Next Health Policy Round:  March 7

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