Craig Kuziemsky Named Young Researcher of the Year at the Telfer School of Management
Craig Kuziemsky is the recipient of the inaugural Telfer School of Management Young Researcher of the Year Award presented annually to a faculty member who has made exceptional contributions to research and the training of students within the first seven years as a full-time professor. The award comes with a research grant of $5,000; the winner becomes the Telfer School of Management’s nominee for the Young Researcher of the Year Award at the University of Ottawa.
A prolific researcher, Craig Kuziemsky is developing a novel methodological approach for integrating the diverse information flows and work processes of collaborative healthcare teams. This research will design information and communication technologies to integrate the different healthcare providers who make complex decisions based on different levels of knowledge while they work at different locations.
Associate Professor at the Telfer School, Craig is Director of the M.Sc. Health Systems Program. He teaches courses in the Master of Health Administration (MHA) and Master of Science Health Systems programs as well as at the undergraduate level. He joined the Telfer School of Management as Assistant Professor in June 2007 after completing his Ph.D. in Health Information Science from the University of Victoria in British Columbia.