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Evidence to Improve Care

Problematic Alcohol Use and Alcohol Use Disorder

Care for People 15 Years of Age and Older

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

Mike Franklyn (co-chair)
Family Physician;
Program Director, Sudbury Rapid Access Addiction Medicine Clinic;
Assistant Professor, Northern Ontario School of Medicine

Sheryl Spithoff (co-chair)
Family Physician and Addiction Medicine Physician, Women’s College Hospital

Debbie Bang
Director, Quality Improvement, Addictions and Mental Health Ontario

Bryce Barker
Knowledge Broker, Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

Bjug Borgundvaag
Emergency Department Physician, Mount Sinai Hospital

Michelle Brisbois
Executive Director, Superior Family Health Team

Greg Carfagnini
Medical Director, Concurrent Disorders, St. Joseph's Care Group;
Associate Professor, Northern Ontario School of Medicine

Yelena Chorny
Addiction Physician, Guelph Rapid Access Addiction Clinic and Homewood Health Centre

Kim Corace
Director, Clinical Programming and Research, Substance Use and Concurrent Disorders Program, The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre

Norman Giesbrecht
Emeritus Scientist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Lori Kiefer
Senior Medical Consultant, Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services

Pamela Leece
Public Health Physician, Public Health Ontario; Courtesy Staff, Women’s College Hospital

Audrey Logan
Aboriginal Patient Navigator, Windsor Regional Hospital

Paul Newcombe
Lived Experience Advisor
Facilitator, SMART Recovery Program;
Counselling Student, McMaster University

Irene Njoroge
Advanced Practice Nurse, Women’s College Hospital

Valerie Primeau
Psychiatrist, North Bay Regional Health Centre

Tom Regehr
Lived Experience Advisor
Founder and Executive Director, CAST Canada

Judy Wells
Lived Experience Advisor

Rosanra Yoon
Nurse Practitioner, Jean Tweed Centre

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