My focus is on clinical/medical decision making and patient experience of care. This extends to priority setting within policy-making communities (e.g. guidelines, public policy). Decision analysis includes how machine learning can augment clinician reasoning (e.g. to reduce missed/misdiagnosis).
I am also a research fellow at University of Kent (UK) in health services research.
I have extensive experience working with leaders in industry and government, working in often challenging circumstances, and writing for demanding clients. I write a few, well-cited papers as well a write readable and actionable reports for clients.
I have experience across a broad spectrum of clinical settings and on a wide range of health conditions.
My experience has included working at McMaster University, including the teaching hospital Faculty of Health Sciences (now Hamilton Health Sciences). My doctorate is from the University of Toronto.
With colleagues, I founded Eden Communications Ltd to launch Living Health, the world’s first digital interactive television channel for health.
I have advised on national life science policy, start-up and investment planning, strategic business foresight, corporate strategy and innovation development, and de-risking research
More detail is available upon request.