McMaster Health Forum | Our People
The Forum supports health-system leaders and citizens around the world who want to use the best available research evidence to strengthen health systems and get the right programs, services and drugs to those who need them. Now with Forum+ we’ll be doing this in the area of social systems as well. Our core team leads and supports this work.
Impact Lab team
The McMaster Health Forum’s Impact Lab undertakes cutting edge research and research synthesis about how to support the use of research evidence in health systems, and it trains students and researchers to undertake such work. In addition to members of the Forum’s core team, the Impact Lab team includes many collaborating investigators and talented students.
Our Fellows Program allows McMaster students to study while also participating actively in the Forum. Fellows are exposed to influential doers and thinkers, contribute to Forum products and events, and complete an internship in a government ministry or an international agency such as the World Health Organization. Interested in applying for a Fellowship? Learn how.
Fellows 2015 - 2016
Fellows 2014 - 2015
Fellows 2013 - 2014
Fellows 2012 - 2013
Fellows 2011 - 2012
Fellows 2010 - 2011
Fellows 2009 - 2010
Awardees - 2022
Queen Elizabeth Scholars in Strengthening Health and Social Systems
Scholars - 2022
Scholars - 2019
Scholars - 2018
Scholars - 2017
Scholars - 2016
Forum adjunct faculty
Working with the McMaster Health Forum are leaders in the fields of evidence synthesis, knowledge translation, stakeholder and citizen dialogues, and human communication, among other fields. Our adjunct faculty members are some of McMaster's world-renowned faculty.
Are you interested in working with our leading experts in supporting evidence-informed decision-making? Contact us at email@example.com to find out more about opportunities to collaborate with and learn from the McMaster Health Forum team.
Our past visiting leaders have come from around the world, offering unique perspectives from both academic and public policy arenas.
The Forum brings together a talented and diverse group of staff, collaborators, students and others committed to improving health outcomes through collective problem-solving. Connect with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or find our personal contact information in our profiles.