Catherine (Katie) Goldie, PhD, RN
Dr. Goldie is a postdoctoral fellow at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and an adjunct professor at Queen’s University School of Nursing. Her program of research focuses on the primary prevention of chronic disease and utilizes population-level surveillance to inform risk reducing behavioural interventions offered in clinical settings. A major component of her current research is focused on health promotion interventions targeting tobacco dependence. Together with her postdoctoral supervisor, Dr. Peter Selby, she is investigating innovative methods for delivering smoking cessation treatment to people who use tobacco across Ontario. Other areas of research expertise and interest include cardiovascular risk prediction, cardiovascular physiology, mental health disorders, addiction, nursing and knowledge translation. Dr. Goldie completed her PhD at the University of British Columbia in 2013 and was an IMPART doctoral trainee. In January 2015, Katie will take-up an Assistant Professor position in the Queen’s University School of Nursing in Kingston.
Dr. Katie Goldie
Centre for Addiction and mental Health (CAMH)
175 College Street
Toronto, Ontario M5T 1P7