jeannie.haggerty [at] mcgill.ca (Jeannie Haggerty, PhD)
Full Professor, Dept. of Family Medicine
Research Interests: Holder of the first McGill Chair in Family and Community Medicine Research, based at St. Mary’s Hospital Centre and McGill University, Dr. Haggerty’s domain of research is the factors related to accessibility and quality of primary care, particularly the impact of health system policies and reforms.
Her current research program focuses on the measure of patient experience with patient-centered and effective primary health care and how these measures relate to changes in organizational and professional practices. She is nominated principal investigator of a Canada-Australia research program that aims to improve access to primary health care for socially vulnerable health care. She was also founding scientific director of the Québec Primary Health Care Knowledge Network, Réseau-1 Québec.
Her goal is to present the public voice in a clear way to healthcare decision-makers on issues of equitable access and quality of healthcare.
Keywords: Primary health care evaluation; indicators and evaluation frameworks; patient experience of care; accessibility; continuity of care; measures of outcomes and processes of healthcare; provider profiling; administrative databases; health policy impact; health service research.
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