Centre for Sustainable Health Systems
The Centre for Sustainable Health Systems strives to lead and support local, national, and international efforts to improve the environmental and social sustainability of health systems.
Lead: Fiona A. Miller
Affiliates: Geoffrey M. Anderson, Christine Shea
Dr. Fiona A. Miller is a Professor of Health Policy in the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation in the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. She holds the Chair in Health Management Strategies and is a Connaught Scholar.
Miller directs the Centre for Sustainable Health Systems at the University of Toronto, and a national initiative for climate action and awareness in healthcare: CASCADES. In these roles, she leads and supports efforts to improve the sustainability of health systems through research, education, practice change and policy development.
As a policy scholar, Miller brings a critical political economy perspective to the analysis of technological innovation and sustainability transitions. Her work aims at sustainable ‘demand driven’ innovation.
PhD Graduate Student
Thesis: Governance, sharing of power, and prioritization of social responsibility within and among integrated care systems
Supervisors: Fiona A. Miller