Nadine Ijaz, MSc, PhD candidate
Qualitative researcher, MedsCheck and Pharmaceutical Opinion Program project
Nadine Ijaz is a health services and policy researcher, completing her PhD at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto. She is also a qualified medical herbalist with 15 years’ clinical and teaching experience at integrative healthcare clinics and post-secondary colleges.
Nadine is currently a qualitative researcher on OPEN’s MedsCheck and Pharmaceutical Opinion Program project. She was previously a research associate on the Association of Faculties of Pharmacy’s Canadian Experiential Education for Pharmacy Project.
Nadine’s primary research focus pertains to the statutory regulation of traditional and integrative healthcare such as acupuncture. Her secondary research focus surrounds scientific and policy dimensions around unpasteurized milk regulations in Canada. Her recent publications have appeared in Health Law Review and BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine.