isabelle.vedel [at] mcgill.ca (Isabelle Vedel, MD, PhD)
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Family Medicine
Research interests: Dr. Isabelle Vedel is a public health physician and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at McGill University. She is also an investigator at the Lady Davis Institute at the Sir Mortimer B. Davis - Jewish General Hospital. She did her post-doctoral fellowship in health service research in chronic disease management (health care services organization, health management, information technology) at McGill University (2012). She has received an investigator award from the Canadian Institute of Health Research and a Dawson Scholar.
Dr. Isabelle Vedel’s research interests are mainly in health care organization and primary health care services for persons with multiple chronic diseases and older patients. Her research work focuses on health services research in chronic disease management, particularly Alzheimer’s or related disorders.
Dr. Vedel’s research agenda currently includes programs on the implementation, evaluation, and organization of health care services for older patients and patients with multiple chronic diseases. She is presently conducting studies on the implementation and impacts of new models of primary care, such as integrated care services and transitional care for complex patients with multiple chronic diseases including Alzheimer’s or related diseases. Dr. Isabelle Vedel is also undertaking research studies on the implementation of health information technologies in the context of chronic disease management.
She has expertise in evaluation, mixed methods research and complex systematic reviews of the literature
Keywords: Primary care, family medicine, health service research/organization, mixed method research, chronic diseases, Alzheimer disease, information technology.
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