Ainsley Moore MD, CFPC, MSc(HB), MSc(CLinEpi) Cand
Dr. Ainsley Moore is an Associate Professor and family physician at McMaster University, Department of Family Medicine.
She completed a Master’s of Science degree at the University of Guelph in 1993 in Human Biology and subsequently completed her medical degree in 1996 and her Family Medicine Residency Training in 1998 at McMaster University. She is currently completing a Master’s of Science in Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McMaster.
She is passionate about providing high quality preventive care to medically complex and vulnerable populations such as the frail elderly and has been awarded for excellence in geriatric clinical service and general primary care at the departmental, regional and provincial level.
In 2013 she was appointed by the chief public health officer of Canada to the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. In this role, she contributes to the development of preventive practice guidelines for Canadian primary care clinicians and is a member of the Knowledge Translation working group. She is equally passionate about teaching, embracing a relational approach to mentoring residents, and she has been recognized by her students at both the departmental and provincial level for excellence in teaching.
Examples of her work can be found in editions of Canadian Family Physician as well as the Journal of Interprofessional Care and the Journal of Research on Interprofessional Practice and Education. She was recently interviewed for the September 2015 edition of Canadian Living on the evidence informed use of vitamins