RESEARCH TEAM LEADS
Emily Gard Marshall, NPI — Nova Scotia (Dalhousie University)
"This research is badly needed to help us understand the challenges people face in accessing primary care from both the provider and patient perspectives. Ultimately, our goal is to help people access the right care, with the right provider, at the right time."
Twitter - @DrEmilyMarshall
Jennifer Isenor — Nova Scotia (Dalhousie University)
"It is important to me that we study the role of primary care during COVID-19 and the impact COVID-19 has had on primary care in a timely manner, so we can quickly apply the results to practice during the ongoing pandemic."
Dalhousie University Faculty Profile
Mylaine Breton — Québec (Université de Sherbrooke)
"First of all, I wanted to participate in PUPPY Study because it is carried out by an amazing team with whom I enjoy collaborating - Joy at work! Secondly, the objectives of the PUPPY project are at the heart of my research program on access to primary care."
Twitter - @bretonmylaine
Profil CRC Profile
Commonwealth Fund Profile
Maria Mathews – Ontario (Western University)
"As a primary care researcher and an UNattached patient who has been on the waitlist for 2+ years, this study is really important to me. We need to understand what works and what could be improved in helping patients find doctors and benefit from good continuity of care. "
OUR RESEARCH TEAM
Eden d'Entremont MacVicar
Mélanie Ann Smithman
Ana Correa Woodrow
Mary Jo Monk
OUR RESEARCH STAFF
Caitlyn Ayn, MA - Project Manager, Research Associate (NS)
David Stock, PhD - Data Analyst, Research Associate (NS)
Sue Nesto, MA - Research Associate (NS)
Eliot Frymire, MSc - Research Associate (ON)
Lauren Moritz, MA - Research Associate (NS)
Véronique Deslauriers, PhD (c) - Research Associate (QC)
Leslie Meredith, MEd - Research Associate (ON)
Claudie Rodrigue, MSc - Research Associate (QC)