Heather BullockAssistant Professor (PT), Department of Health Research Evidence & Impact McMaster University
Heather has an extensive background in healthcare policy, knowledge mobilization and clinical leadership, holding progressive leadership positions. She previously worked at the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, as Director of Knowledge Exchange at the Centre for Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH), as Co-lead of Evidence Synthesis at the McMaster Health Forum and Executive Lead for RISE at McMaster University. Bullock is currently the Vice President of Partnerships and Chief Strategy Officer at Waypoint Centre fro Mental Health Care and is Assistant Professor (PT) with the Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact at McMaster University. As part of her studies she was awarded the prestigious national Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation Doctoral Scholarship and also received the Ontario Graduate Scholarship. Her research interests lie in how large jurisdictions implement evidence-informed policy directions in mental health systems. Her thesis explored how developed countries structure their implementation efforts as well as the process of policy implementation in Ontario’s mental health and addiction system. Bullock also serves in a governance or advisory capacity for several provincial, national, and international initiatives such as Georgian College, the Ontario HIV Treatment Network and the International Knowledge Exchange Network for Mental Health. She holds a PhD in Health Policy from McMaster University and MSc and BSc(H) from Queen’s University.
Vice President, Partnerships & Chief Strategy Officer, Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care
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