Dr. Jackie Bosch PhD

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Jackie Bosch Dr.

Current Positions

  • Director, Program Management – Population Health Research Institute


Jackie started working with this group in 1993, as she was completing her Masters in Clinical Epidemiology, with the intent to learn how to do clinical trials so she could run trials in post-stroke rehabilitation. Since that time Jackie has acted in the Co-ordinator, Program Manager and most recently, Co-investigator on many large trials in both primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Through these activities, Jackie developed an active interest in both trial methodology and process and participates in national and international initiatives to improve the design and conduct of clinical trials. She is also an Associate Professor at the School of Rehabilitation Science, where she teaches a variety of courses including Evidence Based Practice.

Most recently, Jackie’s research interest have focussed on understanding the causes of functional decline as well as developing simple, internationally applicable interventions to improve post-stroke disability. Jackie has over 65 peer reviewed publications and has received awards such as Contribution to the School of Rehabilitation Science award at McMaster and the President’s Award for outstanding Service. and the PHRI award for Outstanding Contributions to Global Collaborations.

Publications are listed in chronological order by descending date. Link takes user to pubMed for publication details.