Paul Kurdyak

Faculty Member

Dr. Kurdyak holds the Chair in Addiction and Mental Health Policy at IHPME.

Professional Interests: health services research, mental health and addictions, health services research methods, marginalized populations (mental health and addictions)

Other Affiliations:

Evgenia (Jenny) Gatov

PhD Graduate Student

Thesis: Evaluating the real-world impact of Internet-delivered Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (iCBT) in Ontario

Supervisors: Paul Kurdyak, David Wiljer

Bilal Khan

PhD Graduate Student

Thesis: Evaluating a Forensic Early Intervention Service in Ontario Correctional Centres

Supervisors: Paul Kurdyak

Carlie Lukasik

MSc Graduate Student

Thesis: Evaluation of policy, knowledge, and practice surrounding the provision of trauma-informed care of vulnerable populations in Canada

Supervisors: Paul Kurdyak, Juveria Zaheer

Madison A MacKinnon

PhD Graduate Student

Thesis: Child psychiatrists in Ontario: Demographic characteristics, practice characteristics and continuous care of their patients as they transfer to adult care.

Supervisors: Paul Kurdyak

Is the supply of geriatric psychiatrists in Ontario keeping pace with the aging population demographics?

Published: 2020

Kyle Patrick Fitzgibbon

MSc Graduate
HSR Emphasis — Health Services Outcomes and Evaluation

Supervisors: Paul Kurdyak