David Rudoler

Faculty Member

Accepting Students


Pan-Canadian Study of Psychiatric Care

Accepting Students

The Canadian population has poor and inequitable access to psychiatric care despite a steady per-capita supply of psychiatrists in most provinces. There is some quantitative evidence that practice style and characteristics vary substantially among psychiatrists. However, how this compares across […]

Lead: David Rudoler

David is an applied health services researcher with expertise in health policy, health economics, econometrics, health economic evaluation, administrative data analysis, and mixed methods. He holds a Research Chair in Population Health and Innovation in Mental Health at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences, and is also an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Ontario Tech University. David is also an Adjunct Scientist at ICES in the Mental Health & Addictions Research Program. His research interests include health human resources, including the supply of community-based primary and mental health services; the evaluation of policy interventions, including provider responses to payment models and incentives; the evaluation of community-based interventions for people with serious mental illness; and the application of methods in data science to issues in population health and mental health care services.

Husayn Jessa

Husayn Jessa

MSc Graduate Student

Thesis: Examining Equity in Wait Times for Mental Health Services in British Columbia Post-­Referral

Supervisors: David Rudoler