Doug Angus
University of Ottawa

Doug Angus is a Health Economist and Full Professor in the School of Management, University of Ottawa. He also is the Director of the PhD Program in Population Health. Professor Angus has research activities at the international, national, provincial, and regional levels, particularly in the areas of health care reform, strategic management, health economics (cost analysis and economic evaluation of health programs), and health policy.

Angèle Bilodeau
Université de Montréal

Short biography forthcoming.
Marni Brownell
University of Manitoba

Marni Brownell is a Senior Research Scientist with the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (MCHP) and Associate Professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba. Dr. Brownell uses administrative health and social service databases to examine child health and well-being, with a particular focus on the social determinants of health.

Malcolm Doupe
University of Manitoba

Malcolm Doupe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, and a Senior Research Scientist with the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy. Dr. Doupe conducts research in the area of health services utilization and the aging population, investigating risk factors of home care and nursing home use, factors that influence quality care and changes in functional status in nursing homes, and issues related to care continuity for older adults