Dr. Susan Jaglal’s research interests include osteoporosis, chronic disease and rehabilitation health services with emphasis on utilization, appropriateness, effectiveness of services and knowledge transfer. Dr. Jaglal is the principal investigator for a project evaluating the impact of the chronic disease self-management program on health care utilization. She has received funding from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to develop a bone mineral density testing program for the province and for evaluation of the Osteoporosis Program. In addition Dr. Jaglal is the principal investigator on a project that aims to determine the needs and gaps in health and community services for persons with neurological conditions. This work is part of the National Population Health Study funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada.
Dr. Jaglal is a member of the research advisory committee at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, University Health Network. She also serves as an advisor to the Osteoporosis Program of the Ministry of Health and is vice chair of research in the department of physical therapy at the University of Toronto and is also president of the Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics.
PhD, University of Toronto
MSc, University of Toronto
Chronic disease management