November 7, 2019
Climate change is happening, and it threatens our health. More than 5% of Canada’s overall carbon footprint is generated by the health care system, and for Fiona Miller, a professor at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (IHPME),… Read more about Why do we need sustainable health care? Launch of Centre for Sustainable Health Systems at U of T aims to tackle climate change through the organization and delivery of care
October 25, 2019
On October 10, University of Toronto President Meric Gertler presented over 100 volunteers with the U of T Arbor Award, a prize given to individuals who are exemplary in their dedication and service to the community. IHPME alumnus Lee Fairclough… Read more about An ambassador for IHPME, alumna and health care leader Lee Fairclough wins U of T Arbor Award
September 12, 2019
Each year a deserving graduate of IHPME’s Master of Health Science in Health Administration (MHSc) program is selected as one of six Canadian students to receive the Robert Wood Johnson Award. Given to those who have made promising contributions to… Read more about MHSc graduate passionate about palliative care wins 2019 Robert Wood Johnson Award
December 17, 2018
While many of us look forward to slowing down during the holiday season whether by lessening our work load or spending time with loved ones, our health care system is still required to run at full capacity. A new study… Read more about Patients discharged during holiday period at a higher risk of death and hospital readmission: U of T led study
December 5, 2018
Over the years Joseph Donia has self-directed his learning as he moved through various sectors, from not-for-profit communications and activism, to health research and service design. While working and advocating in the LGBTQ2SIA community, Donia became interested in how to… Read more about Recognizing research efforts in home and community care, IHPME’s Joseph Donia wins VHA Home Health Care Award
IHPME Health Informatics Summer Seminar
Future Directions for Nurses in an Automated, Artificially Intelligent, Social-Networked Healthcare Environment
Join us for a Skype in session with Dr. Richard Booth who will be discussing his thoughts and elaborating on one of his recent publications. Following this is a mix and mingle!
Richard Booth is an assistant professor at the Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing (Western University) and a status-only assistant professor at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (University of Toronto). He is a clinician researcher with an active research program exploring health informatics, social media technology, and psychiatric-mental health nursing. Along with his current teaching and research requirements, he is a Faculty Scholar Fellow with the provincial Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES), exploring the use of social media technology and its related impact on clinical and health systems utilization. He is also a member of the board of directors of the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN).
A pizza lunch will be provided, make sure you Register Today