Diego Llovet

Faculty Member

Dr Diego Llovet is a behavioral scientist with expertise in applied qualitative health research. He is an Assistant Professor in the Health Services Research graduate program at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, where he co-teaches the Introduction to Qualitative Methods for Health Services and Policy Research course with Dr. Robin Hayeems. He is also the Behavioral Scientist for the Cancer Screening Unit at Ontario Health (Cancer Care Ontario), where he conducts research to help inform decisions regarding the design and improvement of Ontario’s organized screening programs for colorectal, cervical, lung and breast cancer. As a researcher, he works closely with policy makers, fellow scientists and other stakeholders to ensure project alignment with cancer system priorities and to maximize uptake of research findings among knowledge users. Dr. Llovet’s primary research areas include public health communication as a tool for behavior change, and the use of audit and feedback interventions to support clinical practice improvement.