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Jennifer Hulme

Emergency Physician, University Health Network, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto

Public health, healthcare, healthcare policy, emergency medicine, social determinants of health, advocacy, population health, addictions, care for homeless who have been diagnosed with COVID-19, health inequities, healthcare issues in vulnerable and marginalized populations


Why emergency departments look empty amid COVID-19 outbreak


Jennifer Hulme (MDCM, CCFP(EM), MPH) is an attending emergency physician at the University Health Network (UHN) and Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto. She specializes in health systems and operations research, bringing proven interventions and technologies to scale and strengthening public-sector health systems to improve health equity. The first ten years of her career were spent working to improve quality and access to primary care in low- and middle-income settings, focused on reproductive, maternal, and child health. Now, Hulme leads a research program aimed at addressing health disparities and co-chairs the Health Equity Committee of the Global Health Emergency Medicine group.


  • public health
  • healthcare
  • healthcare policy
  • emergency medicine
  • social determinants of health, advocacy
  • advocacy
  • population health
  • addictions
  • care for homeless who have been diagnosed with COVID-19
  • health inequities
  • healthcare issues in vulnerable and marginalized populations

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