Lisa Dolovich BScPhm, PharmD, MSc
Dr. Lisa Dolovich obtained her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees from the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto. She completed a Canadian Society of Clinical Pharmacology Fellowship at the Centre for Evaluation of Medicines and completed her Master of Science degree in Health Research Methodology at McMaster University.
She co-leads the Health Teams Advancing Patient Experience: Strengthening Quality (or Health TAPESTRY) research program and co-leads for the Cardiovascular Health Awareness Program (CHAP) which was recognized as a CIHR-CMAJ Top Canadian Achievements in Health Research Award in 2013 and by the BMJ in 2015 as one of the top 20 papers to mark its two digital decades.
Dr. Dolovich is also the co-lead of the Ontario Pharmacy Research Collaboration (OPEN) that began in 2012. Between 2003-2007 she co-led the a large demonstration project examining pharmacist integration into family practice in Ontario (IMPACT) that contributed to the inclusion of pharmacists as regular members of interdisciplinary team based care in Ontario. She has been central in the development of the Quality in Family Practice program. She also leads the Drug Safety and Effectiveness Cross- Disciplinary Training (DSECT) Program, a program that provides a training environment for future scientists in Canada to produce new knowledge related to the generation and use of safe and effective medications.
She was recognized as the first-ever Canadian Pharmacist of the Year (2003) and holds the honour of a Canadian Pharmacists Association Centennial pharmacist. She is also a wife, mother of two wonderful girls, daughter, walking enthusiast and country music fan.
Grants Toggle Grants
- Agency:Canadian Institutes of Health ResearchYear(s):November 2015 - October 2020Grant Amount:$1,373,522
- Project:Agency:The Canadian Alzheimers SocietyYear(s):2015-2017Grant Amount:$119,780
- Agency:Canadian Institutes of Health ResearchYear(s):November 2014–October 2019Grant Amount:$1,466,575
- Agency:Institute of Population and Public Health and International Development Research CentreYear(s):November 2014- October 2019Grant Amount:$506,100
- Agency:Funded In kindYear(s):August 2013- March 2016Grant Amount:$277,600
- Agency:Government of OntarioYear(s):August 2013- March 2016Grant Amount:$370,995
- Agency:McMaster Family Health OrganizationYear(s):August 2013- March 2016Grant Amount:$725,000
- Agency:Labarge Optimal Aging InitiativeYear(s):August 2013- March 2016Grant Amount:$904,005
- Agency:Health CanadaYear(s):August 2013- March 2016Grant Amount:$6,500,000
- Project:Agency:Health System Improvement Proposal, Local Health Integration NetworkYear(s):December 2013-March 2014Grant Amount:$118,635
- Agency:Canadian Institutes of Health Research (Team Grant: Community-Based Primary Healthcare)Year(s):2013-2018Grant Amount:$2,496,974
- Project:Agency:Health System Research Fund, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term CareYear(s):April 2013 – March 2016Grant Amount:$3,720,007
- Project:Agency:Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term care. Health System Research Fund Program AwardsYear(s):April 1, 2013 – March 31, 2016Grant Amount:$5,773,616
Publications Toggle Publications
- Title:Date of Publication:September 6, 2016Volume:149Issue:5Pages:261–263
- Title:Date of Publication:September 2, 2015Volume:16Issue:387
- Title:Date of Publication:September 1st, 2015Volume:68Issue:5Pages:401–405
- Date of Publication:March 2014Volume:60Issue:3Pages:294–296
- Date of Publication:April 2012Volume:46Issue:4Pages:S33–S39
- Date of Publication:March 6, 2012Volume:19Issue:1Pages:e66-e72
- Title:Date of Publication:May/June 2011Volume:144Issue:3Pages:119–124
- Title:Date of Publication:September 6, 2016 Epub 2016 Aug 9Volume:149Issue:5Pages:293–302
- Title:Date of Publication:February 7, 2011Volume:342Pages:d442