Research Associate II
Qualitative Research Methods; Vulnerable Populations; Patient-Centred Care; Continuum of Care Research; Knowledge Translation; Education Research
https://journalhss.com/wp-content/uploads/jhss43_345-358.pdf, Social and structural factors that influence refugee women’s use of health care services in Canada. Journal of Health and Social Sciences; https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33460363/, Identifying the impact of social networks on mental and emotional health seeking behaviours amongst women who are refugees from Syria living in Canada; https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=Shreya+Mahajan, PubMed
Research Officer – Leslie Dan School of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
Operations, Research Programs
Shreya has an educational and career background in Public Health Policy; she completed her Bachelor of Health Studies, with a specialization in Health Policy from York University. She then obtained her Master of Science in Public Health and Health Systems at the University of Waterloo. Since then, Shreya has gone on to working in various research labs in hospitals, academia, and non-profit sectors, including CAMH, University of Toronto, and The Daily Bread Foodbank. Shreya brings her critical thinking skills, ability to think outside the box, and her drive to learn and generate knowledge in the context of community and population health.