In 2016, Tal Cantor completed her Masters of Science in Public Health at the McGill Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health. Under the supervision of Dr Anne Andermann, her practicum research focused on helping health workers take action on the social determinants of health in primary care. She conducted a preliminary pilot of the revised CLEAR toolkit at St Mary’s Hospital in the multicultural community of Côte-des-Neiges. She is interested in health care policy and reform, including health and social policy, equitable access to health and social services, and strengthening primary health care. Before beginning her Masters degree, in 2014 she completed an Honours BSc in Environment Studies at McGill University, focusing on the ecological determinants of health. After completing her Masters degree, she worked at the Public Health Agency of Canada in the Social Determinants and Science Integration Directorate, and also at the World Health Organization’s European Regional Office in Copenhagen. She is currently completing her medical studies in Israel.
Contact: tal.cantor [at] mail.mcgill.ca
Cantor T, Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. CLEAR Toolkit Pilot Study in Côte-des-Neiges: Helping Health Workers Address the Social Determinants of Poor Health. Family Medicine Forum. Vancouver, Canada: November 2016.
Cantor T, Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. CLEAR toolkit advanced pilot study: Helping health workers address the social causes of poor health. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) 2016 Conference. Toronto, Canada: May 2016.
Cantor T, Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. Master of Public Health Summer Practicum Presentation. Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, McGill University. Montreal, Canada: March 2016.
Cantor T, Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. Graduate Award Program Research Presentation. Institute for Health and Social Policy (IHSP), McGill University. Montreal, Canada: March 2016.
Funding and awards
Institute for Health and Social Policy (IHSP) Graduate Award, 2016.
Emily Corbould graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts and Science at the University of Melbourne and worked as a Statistical Officer with the Australian Bureau of Statistics before doing a Master’s of Science in Public Health at McGill University. Under the supervision of Dr. Anne Andermann, Dr. Andrew Bond, Dr. Rami Shoucri, Ms. Jill Torrie and Dr. Carole Laforest, Emily conducted a pre-pilot of the CLEAR toolkit in two Indigenous communities in Northern Ontario and Quebec. After completing her Master’s degree, she moved to England where she currently works for the UK Health Forum. Emily has experience working as a data analyst in the civil service, the charity sector and as an academic researcher. Her interests include social determinants of health, healthy aging and health promotion.
Contact: emily.corbould [at] mail.mcgill.ca
Corbould E, Bond A, Shoucri R, Laforest C, Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. Addressing social determinants of health: A role for a clinical decision-aid in an Aboriginal context? Family Medicine Forum. Vancouver, Canada: November 2016.
Corbould E, Bond A, Shoucri R, Laforest C, Andermann A, on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. Addressing the social determinants of health in an Aboriginal context: What role for a clinical decision-aid to help health workers ask about social challenges and know where to refer? Canadian Society for Epidemiology & Biostatistics (CSEB) 2016. Winnipeg, Canada: June 2016.