Victoria Haldane (MPH) is currently a PhD student in Health Services Research at the Institute of Health, Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto. She is also a University of Toronto Global Scholar with the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. She holds a Master’s in Public Health from Chinese University of Hong Kong and an undergraduate degree in biology with a focus on environmental biology from University of Toronto. She is a founding member and Co-President 2020/2021 of Emerging Leaders for Environmental Sustainability in Healthcare (ELESH), and an intern at the Centre for Sustainable Health Systems. Her current research is in implementation science and evaluating a complex infectious disease health service intervention for persons with tuberculosis. Her research interests include equitable health service design, health systems resilience and ways to make our health systems better for people and the planet.
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