Rory McQuillan is a Staff Nephrologist at University Health Network and a Clinician in Quality and Innovation and Assistant Professor of Medicine at The University of Toronto. His academic interests utilize his training in medical education and quality improvement. He has studied the utility of
Dr. Tim Carmody
I am involved in the interprofessional training of psychologists in primary care and other integrated care settings.  My interests include the integration of psychology in interdisciplinary medical home teams, the processes and outcomes associated with team development, and relational aspects of patient-centered care.  I have
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A former laboratory bench researcher and clinic/department administrator, my current research interests are eclectic and include: health services and implementation research related to quality measurement and improvement, especially diabetes-related and applications of complexity theory. However, as has often been the case in the past, exactly
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Research interests include clinical reasoning, medical education, faculty development, decision analysis, clinical prediction rules, outcomes research, and cultural competence. With over 85 publications in peer-reviewed journals, he has designed, conduct, analyze, and publish studies using the spectrum of research design (case reports, case-series, cross-sectional, cohort,