The Income Security Health Promotion (ISHP) service is a novel intervention at St. Michael’s Hospital Academic Family Health Team to address poverty as a key social de...
Rose Wang joined the Upstream lab in 2017. She holds a HBSc in Neuroscience, and a MPH with specialization in Epidemiology. Prior to joining the lab, her research experience gradually shifted from neuroscience to a more holistic approach to understanding health conditions from a broader perspective, which incorporates the social determinants that shape our health. She has a strong interest in exploring ways to identify and narrow the gaps that drive health inequities, and discovering innovative approaches to improve efficiencies within our health systems and across the team.
At the Upstream Lab she helps to manage lab operations, and currently supports several projects including the IGNITE study, ANTICIPATE study, and SPARK study. She feels privileged to be part of this dynamic team who not only share in their diverse perspectives and strengths, but also connect through a unified vision toward social justice.
At-risk and vulNerable Individuals To Infection With COVID-19 and ProActive inTervention With intEgrated Health and Social Care (ANTICIPATE): a Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial
Primary care can play a crucial role in preventing the progression of pre-existing conditions by targeting comprehensive care at individuals at high risk of poor outco...
Screening for Poverty And Related Social Determinants and Intervening to Improve Knowledge of and Links to Resources (SPARK) Study
The SPARK study is a CIHR-funded national study that was birthed out of the lack of data on social determinants of health in primary care settings in Canada. Healthcar...