INSPIRE PHC - Primary Health CAre Program:INnovations Strengthening PrImary Healthcare REsearch
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Contact Info

INSPIRE-PHC Program
Western Centre for Public Health and Family Medicine
Western University
1151 Richmond St.
London, ON
Canada N6A 3K7

Lead:
Moira Stewart, PhD
519-661-2111 x22133
moira@uwo.ca

For administrative issues (including Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day):

Manager: Leslie Meredith, MEd
Leslie.Meredith@schulich.uwo.ca
519-661-2111 x22012

Assistant: Sandi Richard
srichard@uwo.ca
519-661-2111 x22136


Research Project Links

PC Reform
Optimizing quality, access, integration and equity in Ontario primary care

Care in the Home (TAPESTRY)
Primary health care linking with community (TAPESTRY-CM)

Community Linkage - SCOPE
Enhancing PHC linkages with home care and hospitals (SCOPE)

Specialist Linkage -eConsult
Creating new PHC linkages with specialists

Knowledge Translation Exchange (KTE)

Sex and Gender Analysis

About Us...

Knowledge Users

 

Knowledge Users can include policy development staff, planners and decision makers from across the Ontario health system including, but not limited to: Ontario ministries, Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), hospitals (acute and rehabilitation), Community Care Access Centres, provincial associations and agencies (e.g., Health Quality Ontario, Public Health Ontario).

The INSPIRE-PHC Program has three formal knowledge users who were involved in development of the proposal and are members of the management committee for the overall program.

  1. Paul Huras, CEO South East LHIN
  2. Jacques Lemelin, Primary Care Physician Lead, Champlain LHIN
  3. Melissa Farrell, Director, PHC Branch, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care

Each Project has its own Knowledge Users based on their needs. These include policy makers, hospitals, community organizations, patients, volunteers.

The INSPIRE-PHC Program is committed to including the voices of all relevant knowledge users as the program progresses.