Charlene Chu is a Registered Nurse and holds a PhD in Nursing Science from the University of Toronto.  Aside from 10 years of clinical nursing experience at the bedside, she has experience working for several research programs in academically affiliated health institutions, at the University of Toronto, as well as private consulting for the largest provider of long-term care homes in Canada. Charlene has over 30 peer-reviewed publications and has presented in international, national, and local conferences to disseminate her research findings.
Her current Postdoctoral fellowship is funded by the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Canadian Partnerships in Stroke Research at the University of Toronto and Toronto Rehab Institute-UHNLearn more about her content expertise

Intervention design

Specializes in designing, implementing, and evaluating evidence-based interventions

Intervention evaluation

Measures intervention effectiveness based on relevant metrics and benchmarks

Person-centered care

Methodological expertise in embedding person-centered care and patient preference into interventions

Knowledge translation

Facilitate and acceptability of innovative interventions


What is person centered care?