Dr. Terry is a health services researcher focusing on electronic medical record (EMR) adoption in primary health care, assessing EMR data quality, and optimizing the use of EMRs in primary health care chronic disease management.
She is currently conducting two Canadian Institutes of Health Research-funded studies as a Principal Investigator. The first study, called DIVE - Development of Indicators to Validate EMR Data, focuses on assessing EMR data quality. The second study, Creating the Agenda for Tomorrow’s Electronic Medical Records in Primary Health Care: CREATE-PHC, is a knowledge translation plan for a prior study conducted by Dr. Terry that explored gaps in knowledge and research capacity regarding EMRs in primary health care in Canada.
Dr. Terry is involved in teaching and supervision of graduate students in the Department of Family Medicine at Western. She is also a Scientist with the System Integration and Innovation Research Network, which is funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care of Ontario.
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