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1 Health Policy PhD Program McMaster University CRL Main Street West Hamilton, Ontario L8S 4K1 CURRICULUM VITAE Sarah E. Boesveld RESEARCH INTERESTS Involvement and roles of health professionals (individual and collective) in the policy process; policy education of health professionals; interaction of ideas, interests, institutions in health policy; qualitative research methods; public and patient engagement in policymaking; organization, financing and delivery of health systems EDUCATION PhD: Health Policy, McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario, expected Fall 2015 Thesis: Toward an understanding of the roles and actions of health professional organizations in policymaking Supervisor: Dr. Julia Abelson Committee members: Dr. Nancy Carter, Dr. Glen Randall Graduate diploma: Ontario Training Centre in Health Services and Policy Research, 2012 MSc: Health Systems and Public Policy (with Distinction), University of Edinburgh, Scotland UK, 2009 BSc: Nursing, McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario, 2007 POSITIONS 2010-present Research assistant to Dr. Julia Abelson, Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis, McMaster University Research assistant to Dr. Nancy Carter, School of Nursing, McMaster University 2012 Policy intern, Health Human Resources Strategy Division, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Research intern to Professor Allyson Pollock, Centre for International Public

2 Health Policy, University of Edinburgh Registered nurse, 4Y Adult Surgery, McMaster University Medical Centre Peer tutor (BScN students), Learning Resource Centre, Mohawk College TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2012, 2013, Instructor (3 sessions) and 2014 NUR 768, Building a Repertoire of Decision Making Skills (course coordinator: N. Carter), MScN Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner Program, School of Nursing, McMaster University 2013, 2014 Instructor (2 sessions) HRM 738, Health Policy Analysis (course coordinator: J. Abelson), Health Research Methodology Program, Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University PUBLICATIONS Articles in peer-reviewed journals Vanstone, M., Boesveld, SE. & Burrows, K. (2014). Introducing physician assistants to Ontario. Health Reform Observer, 2(1), Article 4. Abelson, J., Bombard, Y., Gauvin, FP., Simeonov, D. & Boesveld, S. (2013). Assessing the impacts of citizen deliberations on the health technology process. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, 29(3), Abelson, J., Blacksher, E., Li, K., Boesveld, SE. & Goold, S. (2013). Public deliberation in health policy and bioethics: mapping an emerging, interdisciplinary field. Journal of Public Deliberation, 9(1), Article 5. Submitted publications and manuscripts Abelson, J., Li, K., Wilson, G., Shields, K., Schneider, C. & Boesveld, S. Supporting quality public and patient engagement in health system organizations: development and usability testing of the Public and Patient Evaluation Tool. Health Expectations, submitted January Boesveld, S. Exploring the use of political science theory in research on health professional organizations: a review of peer-reviewed literature. Paper 1 of PhD thesis. Draft manuscript. Boesveld, S. Nurse practitioner-led clinics in Ontario: a model for primary health care delivery. Draft manuscript.

3 Abelson, J., Wagner, F., DeJean, D., Boesveld, S., Petersen, S., Bean, S., Axler, R. & Pron, G. A framework for patient and public involvement in Ontario s health technology assessment process. Draft manuscript. Technical, research reports, policy briefs Martin Misener, R., Kilpatrick, K., Bryant-Lukosius, D., Valaitis, R., Carter, N., Miller, P., Flanigan, K., Harbman, P., Charbonneau-Smith, R., Donald, F., McKinley, J., Boesveld, S., Lamb, A. & DiCenso, A. (2013). Benchmarking for nurse practitioner caseload and comparative analysis of nurse practitioner pay scales: Final Report. Submitted to Health Care Programs and Policy Directorate, Health Canada, May Carter, N., Charbonneau-Smith, R., McKinlay, RJ., Boesveld, S. & Bryant-Lukosius, D. (2013). The contribution of nurses with specialized knowledge and skills. Submitted to Canadian Nurses Association, May Abelson, J., Wagner, F., Levin, L., Bombard, Y., Gauvin, FP., Simeonov, D. & Boesveld, S. (2012). Case 12. Consulting Ontario Citizens to Inform the Evaluation of Health Technologies: The Citizens Reference Panel on Health Technologies. In: CIHR s Citizen Engagement in Health Casebook, pp Ottawa: Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Pollock, A., Price, D., Boesveld, S. & Law, I. (2008). CIPHP response to the Scottish Government s consultation on the European Commission s proposals for a directive on the application of patients rights in cross-border healthcare. Edinburgh UK: Centre for International Public Health Policy. Boesveld, S. & Veenman-Mulder, M. (2007). Pediatric clinical experiences of undergraduate BScN students: development of a conceptual framework. Submitted to McMaster University School of Nursing. Oral presentations Abelson, J., DeJean, D. & Boesveld, S. (2014). Engaging relevant publics in the health technology assessment process: Results from a qualitative policy analysis to inform the development of a comprehensive public engagement approach. Oral presentation. Health Technology Assessment International 11 th Annual Meeting, Washington DC, June Boesveld, S. (2014). Understanding health profession organizations as interest groups in health policymaking. Oral presentation. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Conference, Toronto ON, May DeJean, D., Abelson, J. & Boesveld, S. (2014). Engaging relevant publics in Ontario s health technology assessment process: a qualitative policy analysis. Oral presentation. CE&B Annual Research Day, Hamilton ON, March Vanstone, M., Boesveld, S. & Burrows, K. (2014). Introducing physician assistants into the

4 Ontario healthcare workforce: health reform analysis. Oral presentation. Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics Annual Research Day, Hamilton ON, March Abelson, J., Secko, D., Longstaff, H. & Boesveld, S. (2011). Media impacts, public engagement and health policy: a gap analysis of known and unknown terrain. Oral presentation. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Conference, Halifax NS, May Boesveld, S. (accepted to present). Accessibility of information relating to public-private partnership schemes in Ontario, Canada. Oral presentation. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Conference, Toronto ON, May unable to attend. Poster presentations Abelson, J., DeJean, D. & Boesveld, S. (2014). Engaging relevant publics in Ontario's health technology assessment process: a qualitative policy analysis. Poster presentation. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Conference, Toronto ON, May Boesveld, S. (2014). Understanding the Ontario government decision to expand the role of nurse practitioners in primary health care through NP-led clinics. Poster presentation. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Conference, Toronto ON, May Vanstone, M., Boesveld, S. & Burrows, K. (2014). Introducing physician assistants into the Ontario healthcare workforce: health reform analysis. Poster presentation. Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research, Toronto ON, May Boesveld, S. (2014). Understanding the Ontario government decision to expand the role of nurse practitioners in primary health care through NP-led clinics. Poster presentation. New Frontiers in Health Policy Conference, Hamilton ON, April Boesveld, S. (2013). Understanding the Ontario government decision to expand the role of nurse practitioners in primary health care through NP-led clinics. Poster presentation. Nurse Practitioners Association of Ontario Annual Conference, Toronto ON, November (winner of second place in poster presentation competition) Abelson, J., Bombard, Y., Boesveld, S., Simeonov, D. & Gauvin, FP. (2013). Assessing the impacts of public engagement on the health technology advisory (HTA) process. Poster presentation. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Conference, Vancouver BC, May Boesveld, S. (2011). How do Canadian nurses at the graduate level learn about health policy? Poster presentation. McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences Research Plenary, Hamilton ON, May

5 Boesveld, S. (2011). How do Canadian nurses at the graduate level learn about health policy? Poster presentation. Canadian Nurses Association Leadership Conference, Montreal QC, February Boesveld, S. & Hellowell, M. (accepted to present). A description and evaluation of projected returns to investors in the pilot public-private partnership hospital in Ontario, Canada. Poster presentation. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Conference, Toronto ON, May unable to attend. HONOURS Health Policy PhD Program Scholarship (2010, 2012, 2013, 2014) McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences Graduate Programs Excellence Award (2013, 2014) Ontario Graduate Scholarship (2011, 2012, 2013) Nurse Practitioners Association of Ontario Annual Conference Poster Presentation Competition, Second Place (2013) Ontario Training Centre in Health Services and Policy Research Training Stipend (2011) Harry Lyman Hooker Doctoral Fellowship (2010) Mohawk College Alumni Association Award (2007) Canadian Institutes of Health Research Health Professional Student Research Award (2006) McMaster University School of Nursing Undergraduate Awards Committee Leadership Award (2006) Garfield Weston Merit National Scholarship (2003) SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Conference organizing committee, abstract review committee (coordinator) and hosting committee, New Frontiers in Health Policy Conference, McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario, 2015 Conference steering committee (student member) and abstract review committee member, Canadian Health Workforce Conference, Ottawa Ontario, 2014

6 Conference organizing committee and hosting committee, New Frontiers in Health Policy Conference, McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario, 2014 OTHER INFORMATION Current registration (General Class), College of Nurses of Ontario Student member, Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis Student member, Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research; and Member, CAHSPR Health Human Resources theme group Student member, Canadian Health Human Resources Network Student member, Canadian Political Science Association Canadian citizen