Tami joined HQC in 2022 as an Improvement Lead. In this role, Tami works collaboratively to assist with the instructional analysis, development, design, implementation, and evaluation of varying training modules offered through HQC.
Tami brings her experience in patient- and family-centred research and curriculum design. She has established a deep understanding of patient engagement in both research and health care and strives to ensure all stakeholders are involved to the level of their comfort.
Tami holds a Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and Cell Biology and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, both of which she received from the University of Saskatchewan in 2014. She also received her Masters of Science in Community and Population Health in 2018, where her research focused on creating a program theory for Shared Decision Making through utilizing Realist Philosophy. Tami also holds a Mirco-Masters in Instructional Design and Technology, which she received in 2021.