Meredith Giuliani, MBBS, MEd, PhD, FRCPC

My research focuses on the intersection of health professions education and the cancer system. Specifically, how curricula are influenced by global trends in addition to historical and political factors. My work uses critical approaches to investigate how current trends in health professions education are aligned with the needs of health systems and patients globally. It explores the influence of neocolonialism on education and implications for health human resources. I am also actively engaged in developing interventions to improve the patient and caregiver experience within cancer care. This includes the development of a comprehensive digital educational support system for cancer caregivers.

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Staff Radiation Oncologist, Radiation Medicine Program Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Associate Professor, Radiation Oncology, University of Toronto
Associate Director, Postgraduate Medical Education, Radiation Oncology, University of Toronto
Education Program Lead, Princess Margaret Global Cancer Program, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
RCPSC Adolescent and Young Adult AFC Program Site Director, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Specialty Committee Region 3 Representative, Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Oncology, Toronto
Medical Director of Cancer Education, Princess Margaret Cancer Center
Smoking Cessation Champion for Toronto Central South, Cancer Care Ontario, Toronto
Associate Member, ELLICSR, Toronto
General Member, The Wilson Centre for Research in Education