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Primary Care & Population Health Research Program

Program Lead: Rick Glazier
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The Primary Care and Population Health Research Program researches the accessibility and effectiveness of primary health care, and issues in population health. Researchers are currently examining the performance of primary care reform models, the use of electronic medical records for research and quality improvement. We have developed methods to examine the burden of chronic conditions, infectious diseases, and injury; the causes of ill health, the effectiveness of public health interventions, and indigenous health.

Announcements & Events

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Recent Publications

Recent ICES Grants

collaborations and partnerships

Health Quality Ontario (HQO)

Public Health Ontario (PHO)

College of Physician and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO)

Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFP)

Ontario Medical Association (OMA)

Ontario HIV Treatment Network

Association of Ontario Health Centres

Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs)

Toronto Community Health Profiles Partnership (TCHPP)

Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC)

Recent Awards & Recognition

  • Brian MacMahon Early Career Epidemiologist Award

    2017: Awarded to Dr. Laura Rosella by the Society for Epidemiologic Research (SER). This annual award acknowledges early career epidemiologists who have made significant contributions to epidemiology through research, teaching, mentoring or service.

  • Walter Rosser Chair in Family Medicine Research

    2017: Dr. Richard Birtwhistle was named to the Chair by Queen's University. The Chair is for a five-year appointment beginning January 1, 2017.

  • CAHR-CANFAR Excellence in Research Award

    2017: Awarded to Dr. Mona Loutfy in the clinical sciences category. Scientists awarded this prize have achieved a track record of excellence and demonstrated a commitment to improving the lives of those living with HIV or at risk.

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