I have over 15 years of experience in higher education and health care research. I work with health care organizations to help develop new policies, systems and practice standards through literature synthesis and content creation.
I see myself as a collaborator who works with you or your organization to develop and focus your ideas and expertise to articulate them in a way that is clear and compelling.
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I am a health humanities scholar, which means I examine issues related to medicine, health and illness through perspectives in history, philosophy and social theory.
My forthcoming book Medicine and Morality: Crises in the history of a profession (UBC Press, Fall 2019) examines the tension between professional interest and medicine’s disinterested imperative to act on behalf of patients and the public.
I have also written about clinical uncertainties in patient-provider relationships, interprofessional care, and continuing medical education.