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Anna Koné

Adjunct Scientist ICES Central Populations & Public Health Research Program


Anna Koné is an associate professor in the Department of Health Sciences, Lakehead University. Dr. Koné has utilized her expertise in quantitative research methods to conduct research on multimorbidity, health outcomes, evaluation of health services/interventions and social determinants of health. She is currently completing  funded research on COVID-19, multimorbidity and the use of primary care, hospital and emergency department services using ICES data. She has led a large mixed method project using health administrative data, patient focus groups, and provider interviews to understand patients’ experience and develop strategies for patients with cancer, and comorbid physical and mental health conditions, and their healthcare utilization. Anna is interested in race-based data and anti-oppressive health services, and has been awarded a CIHR grant to assess the impact of COVID-19 pandemic policies on the management of chronic conditions in Indigenous and Black communities. She is also aiming to better utilize health administrative data available from ICES, to contribute basic information on the burden of multimorbidity and related health services utilization in Black and Indigenous peoples.

  • PhD, Public Health & Epidemiology, Université de Montréal
  • MSc, Community Health, Université de Montréal
  • Postgraduate Certificate, Evaluation of Health Services, Université de Montréal
  • BEng, Statistics, École Nationale de Statistiques et Économie Appliquée, Cote d’Ivoire
  • Public health
  • Chronic diseases/multimorbidity
  • Epidemiology
  • Health services research
  • Health equity/social determinants of health
  • Associate Professor, Health Sciences, Lakehead University
  • Assistant Professor (status-only), Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto

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