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Bio Brief

Maytal recently graduated from the Knowledge Integration program at the University of Waterloo. She believes the ethos of human-centred design is acutely relevant to healthcare, and when paired with rich scientific knowledge, it can be leveraged to increase the impact of research on health, care and wellbeing. Maytal is interested in exploring how design and collaboration practices can be used to improve patient care and healthcare outcomes. She is particularly interested in applying the principles of behavioural economics to increase the uptake of evidence in clinical decision-making. Maytal’s academic interests are varied, and include philosophy of science, health sciences, collaborative design, and drama & speech communication.

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TRP Capstone Project featured at UofTMed Student Showcase 2018

Our second-year graduate students, Catherine Rivers and Haley Roher, highlight their Capstone Project on the importance of falls prevention for older adults at the Faculty of Medicine annual Student MedShowcase event on April 20, 2018. They gave attendees a chance to...

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