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Chris Simpson delivers the 25th anniversary Duncan G. Sinclair Lecture

Tue, Sep 27, 20224:30 pm
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Jennifer Velva Bernstein Performance Hall
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Duncan G. Sinclair Lectureship in Health Policy


For the 25th anniversary presentation of the Duncan G. Sinclair Lectureship in Health Policy we welcome Dr. Chris Simpson as this year’s lecturer with a talk titled:

"Blood, Sweat and Tears: How Adversity and Disruption are Recasting the Health Care Transformation Agenda" Dr. Simpson is Executive Vice President (Medical) at Ontario Health. He works clinically as a cardiologist at Kingston Health Sciences Centre and holds a GFT faculty position as Professor in the Queen’s University Department of Medicine. He was the 2014-15 President of the Canadian Medical Association and in 2020-21 was President of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences.

About the Lectureship

In recognition of Dr. Sinclair's contribution to the Medical Research Council of Canada (MRS), and reflective of his interest in health policy, Dr. Henry Friesen, President of the Medical Research Council of Canada, announced the establishment of the Dr. Duncan G. Sinclair Lectureship in Health Services and Policy Research at Queen's University in 1997. Past lecturers include, Bonnie Henry, Sir Michael Marmot, Danielle Martin, André Picard, Jane Philpott and Samir Sinha to name just a few.