Doris Barwich, MD
University of British Columbia
Member: Knowledge Translation Committee
2015 Transformative Grant Program Pilot Study — Improving advance care planning for frail elderly Canadians (TG 2015-03-P)
2015 Catalyst Grant Program — Mixed Methods feasibility study of group peer support interventions to engage the public in ACP (CAT 2015-39)
2013 Core Research Program Grant — iGAP- Improving General Practice Advance Care Planning (CORE 2013-13)
2012 Core Research Program Grant — A Knowledge Translation Project on Benchmark End-of Life Care Practices for the Elderly in Primary Care (CORE 2012-13)
Doris Barwich is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine, and the Executive Director of the BC Centre for Palliative Care (BCCPC), a provincial hub to support excellence in evidence-informed practice, education, innovation, collaboration and policy development to improve care for those living with serious illness and their families. Dr. Barwich completed her MD/LMCC and Family Medicine Residency at the University of Manitoba and a Fellowship in Palliative Medicine at the University of Ottawa. Her research interests include the integration of palliative and primary care, bowel care in the palliative population, and Advance Care Planning.