and project lead
Dr. Johnston works as a Family Physician and Researcher at the University of Ottawa, Institut du Savoir Montfort. and Bruyère Research Institute.
Dr. Johnston's research focuses on performance measurement and reporting to understand and support what leads to better experiences and better outcomes in primary care. Her projects seek to improve performance measurement and reporting for regional health system planning, primary healthcare practice improvement, including interdisciplinary primary health care teams, as well as support regional health system planning and patient engagement.
Dr. Hogg works as a Professor
at the University of Ottawa.
Dr. Hogg was the Chairman of the board of Directors for the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). He has received numerous awards for his work in family medicine and health services research, authoring over 270 scientific articles. His fields of interest include performance measurement, models of care and knowledge translation.
Dr. Archibald works as a Researcher at the Bruyère Research Institute.
Dr. Archibald's research interests are in medical education, inter-professional education, research methodology, and eLearning. His current research is exploring how electronic consultations can inform continuing professional development for primary care providers.