Dr. Bourgeault is pleased to mentor postdoctoral fellows linking them to the various research networks she leads and participates in. The following are recent postdoctoral fellows who have worked with Dr. Bourgeault.
Dr. Bourgeault is affiliated with the interdisciplinary Population Health doctoral program at the University of Ottawa. This is largely where she is able to directly supervise doctoral students.
More recently, Dr. Bourgeault has status to supervise in the interdisciplinary Women's Studies doctoral program http://www.grad.uottawa.ca/Default.aspx?tabid=1727&monControl=Programmes&ProgId=976 and the Epidemiology doctoral program http://www.grad.uottawa.ca/Default.aspx?tabid=1727&monControl=Programmes&ProgId=1325 both at the University of Ottawa.
The following are recent doctoral students who have worked with Dr. Bourgeault.
Dr. Bourgeault supervises Master's students in the following programs:
The following are recent Master's students who have worked with Dr. Bourgeault.
Dr. Bourgeault is the University of Ottawa site lead for the OTC program http://www.otc-hsr.ca/, a diploma program offered at six Ontario universities (McMaster, University of Toronto, York University, Laurentian University and Lakehead University) that can be taken concurrently with a participating Master's or Doctoral program. In addition to being able to take courses across all six sites, OTC students also participate in a summer institute and a 200 hour policy practicum.
Affiliated with the OTC program is the EXTRA fellowship program, which aims to provide health system managers with the skills to increase the utilization of research knowledge in their day-to-day work, as a way to increase evidence-informed decision-making in the health system [http://www.otc-hsr.ca/]. Largely through the MOHLTC funded research networks that Dr. Bourgeault leads, she has supervised the following OTC practicum and EXTRA fellows:
Population Health Intervention Research Network (PHIRNET) http://www.phirnet.ca/en/index.aspx?sortcode=2
Dr. Bourgeault is also the University of Ottawa site lead for the PHIRNET strategic training initiative in health research funded by the CIHR. PHIRNET provides financial support to doctoral and postdoctoral fellows conducting population health intervention research and hosts an annual summer institute. Students advised by Dr. Bourgeault are eligible to apply for these funding initiatives.
The Faculty of Health Sciences Student Research Bursary Program : http://www.health.uottawa.ca/research/grants/student_research_bursary.htm
Dr. Bourgeault supervises undergraduate research projects in the Bachelor of Health Sciences program (HSS 4900) in either the fall or winter term. The following students have undertaken such projects with Dr. Bourgeault. Those interested in doing such a project are encouraged to submit the following application