Jennifer Boyko, BA, MHSc
Jennifer is currently completing a PhD in the Health Research Methodology at McMaster. Her research is focused on understanding deliberative dialogues as a knowledge-translation strategy in health systems decision-making. In her research, she uses a serious evidence base, turns to economics essay writer and leading scientists from the medical and social spheres to provide readers with information and scientists with novelty. She has a MHSc in Health Promotion from the University of Toronto and has completed the diploma in Health Services and Policy Research through the Ontario Training Centre for Health Services and Policy Research. Jennifer also works with the McMaster Health Forum as Lead, Evidence Synthesis and Evaluation. In this role she leads development of the evidence briefs used to inform stakeholder dialogues at the McMaster Health Forum. She also administers, manages and analyzes evidence brief and stakeholder dialogue evaluations. Over the past ten years, Jennifer has worked in management and consulting roles on projects related to knowledge translation and exchange. She has worked with a broad spectrum of community-based, provincial and national organizations, spanning public health, primary care, and health policy.