Knowledge Labs: In the Know with Gillian Mulvale

November 9, 2020 |
Contributed by Gillian Mulvale, Associate Professor, Healthy Policy and Management

The transition from child to adult mental health care services in Canada, as well as internationally, is notoriously difficult to navigate. One of the approaches to addressing this issue is experience based co-design.

Associate Professor Gillian Mulvale discusses this co-production approach.

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Gillian Mulvale

Gillian Mulvale

Associate Professor
Health Policy and Management

Gillian Mulvale is an associate professor of health policy and management at McMaster University’s DeGroote School of Business and a member of CHEPA. She holds a PhD in health research methodology from McMaster University, an MA in economics from Western University and a post-graduate diploma in health services and policy research. Mulvale researches issues in mental health policy and service delivery, through the lens of health policy analysis and health economics, to support the development of coordinated, person-centred and recovery-oriented care.

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