Forefront Lecture

Forefront Lecture

Research, Evaluation, and Knowledge Translation

at the Dr. Peter Centre

Rosalind Baltzer Turje

Director of Clinical Programs, Research, and Evaluation, Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation

Where: Large Lecture Theatre, Providence Level 1, St. Paul’s Hospital
When: Wednesday, January 17, 2017 12-1PM

This talk is open to the public

A light lunch will be served

Rosalind Baltzer Turje is the Director of Clinical Programs, Research and Evaluation at the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation which operates the Dr. Peter Centre. Ms. Baltzer Turje joined the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation in 2002 and manages a team of clinical and non-clinical staff. Ms. Baltzer Turje has worked professionally in the field of mental health since 1980 as a clinician and administrator, and was on faculty in the Psychiatric Nursing Department at Douglas College teaching in the diploma and advanced diploma programs. Ms. Baltzer Turje has also worked as a consultant with health regions in service planning and evaluation and holds undergraduate degrees in Cell Biology and Nursing, as well as a Master’s in Individual Psychology. Ms. Baltzer Turje was one of two Co-Principal Investigators on a two-year research project funded by the Vancouver Foundation entitled: “Food as harm reduction: the health effects of food provision for people who use drugs.” Ms. Baltzer Turje also served as the sole Principal Investigator on a successfully completed Canadian Institutes of Health Research Planning Grant entitled: “Measuring the Impact of an ASO-based Integrated Model of HIV/AIDS Health Care on Health Outcomes.”

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