Over the years IMPART also involved various collaborators in academic, practice and policy fields who supported our training by providing site visits to clinical and health service settings, professional development workshops and seminars such as on policy, academic writing and research ethics. Their contributions helped us to bring a multi-sectoral approach to IMPART training as well as equip trainees with further skills for success in their professional careers.
- Barbara Evans, Dean, Graduate Studies, University of British Columbia
- John Hepburn, Vice President Research, University of British Columbia
- Barbara Herringer, Dean of Health & Human Services at Camosun College and Adjunct Associate Professor, Studies in Policy and Practice Program, University of Victoria
- Dan Reist, Director Communication and Resource Unit, Center for Addictions Research British Columbia
- Mary Lynn Young, Director, University of British Columbia, School of Journalism
- Eric Jandciu, University of British Columbia, School of Journalism
- Nicola Jones, University of British Columbia, School of Journalism
- Anita Ho, Bioethicist, University of British Columbia, Department of Philosophy
- Bryn Askwith, Grants, Development & Operations Specialist, British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health.
- Jacqui Brinkman, IMPACT Program Coordinator, The University of British Columbia, James Hogg Research Centre
- Elizabeth Wallace, Graduate Pathways to Success Manager, University of British Columbia. Graduate Studies
- Liisa Galea, Associate Professor, Psychology, University of British Columbia
- Christian Schütz, Professor, Psychiatry, University of British Columbia and Chief Psychiatrist, Burnaby Centre
- Shari Graydon, Informed Opinions.
- Ron Abrahams, Medical Director, Perinatal Addictions, Children’s & Women’s Hospital of British Columbia
- Martha Donnelly, Assistant Professor with the University of British Columbia, Department of Family Practice and Department of Psychiatry in geriatrics
- Beth Snow, Evaluation Specialist, Health Promotion & Prevention, Fraser Health Authority
- Jan Christilaw, President, BC Women’s Hospital and Health Centre
- Nancy Poole, Director of Research, BC Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health
- Joan Geber, Director, Women’s, Maternal and Children’s Health, Ministry of Healthy Living & Sport, British Columbia
- P.R.W. Kendall, Provincial Health Officer, Ministry of Health Planning, British Columbia
- John Millar, Executive Director, Population Health Surveillance and Disease Control Planning, PHSA, British Columbia
- Kerry Jang, Vancouver City Councilor and Professor, Psychiatry, University of British Columbia, British Columbia