Dr. Moira Stewart is the Dr. Brian W. Gilbert Canada Research Chair in Primary Health Care Research. In Ontario’s new Applied Health Research Network Initiative (AHRNI), Dr. Stewart is the lead of the System Integration and Innovation Research Network as well as the Primary Health Care System program. Dr. Stewart has published widely on the topic of Patient-Centred Care and has edited, with colleagues, an international series of books applying the patient-centred clinical method. She is the Principal Investigator on a CIHR Strategic Training Grant on interdisciplinary primary health care research called TUTOR-PHC. Dr. Stewart is also the Principal Investigator on the DELPHI (Deliver Primary Healthcare Information) project, creating a researchable database of the Electronic Medical Record data of 25 family physicians in Southwestern Ontario. She has conducted a number of intervention studies of education for Family Physicians and of new models of integrated care.
Dr. Stewart received the James Mackenzie Medal of the Royal College of General Practitioners (2004), The College of Family Physicians of Canada Family Medicine Researcher of the Year Award (2007), the Martin J. Bass Recognition Award, Department of Family Medicine (2008), is Co-recipient of the Dean’s Award of Excellence – Team Award at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry (2010), Fellowship in the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (2010) and Recipient of The College of Family Physicians of Canada, Outstanding Family Medicine Research Article Award for “Integrating Physicians Services in the Home – An Evaluation of an Innovative Program” (2011).
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