Dr. Gillian Strudwick is the Chief Nursing Executive (Interim) and a Scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. She is an Assistant Professor (Status) at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. She holds academic appointments at Western University and the University of Victoria and is currently the President of the Ontario Nursing Informatics Group. As a tri-council funded researcher, Dr. Strudwick conducts studies in the fields of digital mental health care and informatics. Recently Dr. Strudwick has conducted research as it relates to supporting mental health and wellness during the COVID-19 through digital interventions. Dr. Strudwick completed her undergraduate degree in nursing at Queen’s University, and both her Masters and PhD at the University of Toronto. She began her career as a mental health nurse in Kingston, Ontario, and has since worked in a number of clinical, professional practice and research-based roles in both public and private organizations in Canada and internationally.
Pandemic Related Publications
Strudwick G, Sockalingam S, Kassam I, Sequeira L, Bonato S, Youssef A, Mehta R, Green N, Agic B, Soklaridis S, Impey D, Wiljer D, Crawford A
Digital Interventions to Support Population Mental Health in Canada During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Rapid Review JMIR Ment Health 2021;8(3):e26550