Joey Carson is a graduate student with experience in healthcare process redesign. He has an honours bachelor of health sciences from Western University and is currently completing a master’s degree in quality improvement and patient safety at the University of Toronto’s Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation. Joey’s research focuses on service integration between acute and long-term care (LTC) organizations. In 2015, he founded the London Transfer Project to address clinical communication gaps between LTC homes and London Health Sciences Centre in Southwestern Ontario.
Joey has led projects in clinical, research and web-based process improvement across the continuum of care. He coordinated studies in spinal cord injury rehabilitation and research recruitment at the University Health Network. He also managed website development projects for Local Health Integration Networks and Community Care Access Centres relating to community service information and referral.
Beyond work, Joey is interested in sailing, cycling and other outdoor adventures. In 2012 he biked across Canada to support an able-sail program for youth at Easter Seals. Joey lives in London, Ontario.