Paul Stolee

Stolee Paul Paul Stolee, PhD, MSc, MPA, BA

University of Waterloo

Member:

Scientific Review Committee

Principal Investigator:

2020 COVID-19 and Frailty Grant Program–Exploring the care needs of Canadians living with frailty and the role of primary care during the COVID-19 pandemic (CFN-050)

2015 Transformative Grant Program Pilot Study — Transforming primary health care for frail elderly Canadians (TG 2015-24-P)

2015 Catalyst Grant Program — Developing patient-provider partnerships across the system (CAT 2015-22)

2015 Implementation Grant — Implementing a Risk Screening Tool in Primary Care for Older Frail Adults (FRA 2015-B-19)

2013 Knowledge Synthesis Grant — Choosing Healthcare Options by Involving Canada’s Elderly: The CHOICE Knowledge Synthesis Project (KS 2013-08)

Supervisor:

2020 Summer Student Award — Kassandra Lemmon

2019 Interdisciplinary Fellowship Program — Veronica Sacco

2018 Interdisciplinary Fellowship Program — Jill van Damme

Dr. Paul Stolee is a Professor in the School of Public Health and Health Systems at the University of Waterloo. His research focuses on health system challenges affecting older persons, primary care, and engagement of patients and caregivers in health care decision-making. At Waterloo, he leads the Geriatric Health Systems Research Group, and is the Director of the University of Waterloo Network for Aging Research. He is the current Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Journal on Aging.