Ivy Lynn Bourgeault
Room : STW 227
Phone : (613) 562-5800 ext. 8614
Fax : (613) 562-5632
E-mail : ivy.bourgeault@uOttawa.ca
Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa. She is also the Scientific Director of the recently established pan-Ontario Population Health Improvement Research Network and the Ontario Health Human Resource Research Network both housed at the University of Ottawa with funding from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care. She was recently awarded the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Chair in Health Human Resource Policy which is jointly funded by the federal ministry of Health Canada. Dr. Bourgeault has garnered an international reputation for her research on health professions, health policy and women’s health. She has published widely in national and international journals and edited volumes on midwifery and maternity care, primary care delivery, advanced practice nursing, qualitative health research methods, and on complementary and alternative medicine. She has been a consultant to various provincial Ministries of Health in Canada, to Health Canada and to the World Health Organization. Her recent research focuses on the migration of health professionals with a particular focus on Canada, the U.S., the U.K., and Australia for which she was awarded a Canada Research Chair in Comparative Health Labour Policy which she held in her previous position at McMaster University. Dr. Bourgeault sits on the international editorial board of Sociology of Health and Illness and the Journal of Marketing and Management in Healthcare as well as on the Institute Advisory Board of the CIHR Institute of Health Services and Policy Research.
|1996||Ph.D.||Community Health||University of Toronto|
|1992||M.Sc.||Community Health||University of Toronto|
|1989||B.Sc.||Psychology||University of Alberta|
Dr. Bourgeault’s research focuses on health professions and health human resources, alternative health care, women's health and health care, and the international migration of health care providers. Topics of interest have included:
Current projects include:
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