Dr. Gillian Strudwick is a senior scientist with the Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics and chief clinical informatics officer at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). She is an associate professor (status) at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. She holds academic appointments at Western University and the University of Victoria, and is currently the president of the Ontario Nursing Informatics Group. She is a board member for AMS Healthcare and the Village Family Health Team.
Dr. Strudwick completed her undergraduate degree in nursing at Queen’s University, and both her master's degree and PhD at the University of Toronto. She began her career as a mental health nurse in Kingston, Ontario, and has since worked in a number of clinical, professional practice, leadership and research-based roles in both public and private organizations.
Areas of Research
As a tri-council funded researcher, Dr. Strudwick conducts studies at the intersection of mental health, digital health and implementation science. Examples include, but are not limited to:
- Digital interventions to support population mental health
- Electronic health record use by clinicians
- Mixed and multi-methods research
- Embedding technology within clinical care practices
- Quality improvement
- Healthcare provider competencies in the use of digital technologies
- Clinician burnout
View Dr. Strudwick’s publications on PubMed.