IHPME is directly involved in the development, leadership, and sustainability of several ongoing research activities.
These cross-collaborations build bridges between the Institute’s students, researchers, faculty and a multitude of peers in national and international fields.
Learn about ongoing initiatives, connect with faculty, or find inspiration for your thesis projects with our directory.
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Note: For IHPME faculty only.
This research study is a qualitative content analysis of health data science curricula and an observational study of the work of health data scientists.
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.
Research into the practice of physicians who provide home visits, and the quality of care provided in physician home visits. Looking for MSc students to lead a study using health administrative data (ICES).
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 […]
Care transitions in and out of hospital are increasingly the target of health system reform in Canada. Despite the focus on care transitions, few interventions have been found to reduce readmissions or costs. Integrated models of care (IC) are evidence-based […]
This research program uses data from clinical registries and administrative databases to evaluate stroke health services provision, identify disparities in care, explore healthcare delivery via telemedicine, including Telestroke, and examine health human resources needs to allow for a data-driven redesign […]
The Centre for Digital Therapeutics is a research and development group focused on building novel digital therapeutics for chronic disease management to support patients in living well beyond chronic illness.
This program of research explores various opportunities to address the barriers to timely surgical care in Canadian health systems. Projects include:
Breaking the Barriers of Language and Literacy to Access Health Apps We are seeking an individual who would like to apply for the master’s program (AI emphasis) in the Health Systems Research (HSR) concentration at the Institute for Health Policy, […]
The NYGH oncology pharmacy team implemented a new compounding workflow technology to verify measured doses of chemotherapy, leading to improved efficiencies and better assurances of accuracy and safety.