THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2016
12 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Health Sciences Building, Rm. 412
Everyone is welcome! Light lunch will be provided.
Choosing Wisely Canada – Opportunities for Health Services Research
Presented by: Dr. Karen Born
Karen Born is Knowledge Translation Lead for Choosing Wisely Canada. She is responsible for the dissemination of campaign content to patients and the public and the integration of Choosing Wisely Canada into medical education. Karen also helps organize the Choosing Wisely international collaboration. Karen co-founded the health care policy blog, www.healthydebate.ca and is an Assistant Professor in the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto.
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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.