I am a health services and policy researcher. My research program is broadly focused on health equity and structural stigma in rehabilitation, home care and long-term care. In my research I draw on critical theories and methods of inquiry from across diverse fields of study to analyze the intersection of lived experiences of care with policies, practices and philosophies. My current postdoctoral research is focused on the ethical, legal and social aspects of implementing passive monitoring technologies in rehabilitation.
CIHR Health System Impact Postdoctoral Fellow, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute – University Health Network.
Academic Fellow, Centre for Critical Qualitative Health Research, University of Toronto.