“My primary goal is to ensure that frontline staff nurses and nurse leaders have access to the outcomes data they need to inform clinical practice, support evidence-based practice and enable effective health system planning.”
With more than 80 peer-reviewed publications to her credit, Dr. Diane Doran is an international expert on health services research, outcomes measurement, patient safety and e-health. One of the former home care nurse’s areas of scholarly interest is the safety of home care clients. She is a recipient of a Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Nursing Senior Career Research Award.
At U of T Nursing, Dr. Doran has taught numerous graduate courses. She has served as the Associate Dean of Research and International Relations, and also as Interim Dean.
Dr. Doran is the Scientific Director of the Nursing Health Services Research Unit at U of T, an Adjunct Professor at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia, and an Adjunct Professor at Queen’s University in Kingston.
- Academic Credentials
- 1995 – PhD, University of Toronto 1985 – MHSc, McMaster University, Hamilton 1976 – Diploma in Nursing, George Brown College, Toronto 1973 – BA, Trent University, Peterborough
- Dr. Doran’s PubMed link is available here.