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Evidence to Improve Care

Heart Failure

Care in the Community for Adults

Health Quality Ontario and CorHealth Ontario thank the following individuals for their generous, voluntary contributions of time and expertise to help create this quality standard:

Debbie Korzeniowski (co-chair)
Executive Director, Prince Edward Family Health Team

Robert McKelvie (co-chair)
Cardiologist, Professor of Medicine, Western University

Rakesh Bhargava
Cardiologist, Lakeridge Health and Heart Care

Margaret Brum
Registered Dietitian, Ted Rogers Centre of Excellence in Heart Function at PMCC/Toronto General Hospital, and University Health Network Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation Program

Sabe De
Cardiologist, London Health Sciences Centre, Western University

Esther Doucette
Social Worker, University of Ottawa Heart Institute

Geoffrey Feldman
Lived Experience Advisor

Janice Hall
Pharmacist, Prince Edward Family Health Team

George Heckman
Internal Medicine Physician and Geriatrician, Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Waterloo

Eleanor Kent
Registered Nurse, Smithville Medical Centre Family Health Team

Shvan Korsheed
Primary Care Physician, New Vision Family Health Team

Colleen Lackey
Registered Nurse, Clinical Practice Manager, Ontario Telemedicine Network

Douglas S. Lee
Ted Rogers Chair in Heart Function Outcomes; Division of Cardiology, Peter Munk Cardiac Centre & University Health Network; Senior Scientist, Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences; Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto

Peter McPhedran
Primary Care Physician, Chronic Disease Prevention Management Primary Care Lead, Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network

Erin Miller
Physiotherapist, University of Toronto

Trudy Mulder-Hall
Lived Experience Advisor

Jeff Myers
Palliative Care Physician, Head–Division of Palliative Care, University of Toronto

Patti Staples
Nurse Practitioner, Kingston Health Sciences Centre

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