NETWORK STAFF

Jamie DeMore – Executive Director

Jamie DeMore is the Executive Director of the Canadian Primary Care Research Network and has been with the Network since 2019. Jamie is in charge of all Network operations, lead of all communications, knowledge mobilization and building capacity efforts, and oversees the Executive Committee. 

Manuela Beeckmans – Administrative Coordinator 

Manuela Beeckmans is the Administrative Coordinator of the Canadian Primary Care Research Network. Manuela helps to coordinate the activities of the Steering, Executive, Operations & Management, Building Capacity and Learning Health System Evaluation Committees, as well as the Learning Health System Implementation Working Group. 

Jennifer Lawson – PCIS Manager

Jennifer Lawson facilitates the work of the Canadian Primary Care Research Network’s Primary Care Information System (PCIS) Committee. The PCIS Committee aims to support patient-centered primary care research and policy development through nationally positioned practice-based research and learning networks (PBRLNs). Jennifer is also situated within the local PBRLN associated with McMaster University’s Department of Family Medicine (MUSIC), engaging in network coordination and research.   

Leanne Kosowan – Research Manager

Leanne Kosowan is the Research Manager for the Canadian Primary Care Research Network, coordinating activities within the research stream including providing support to research projects, monitoring research progress and contributing to the development of future research priorities of the network. In addition, Leanne is the Manager of the Manitoba Primary Care Research Network, the Manitoba provincial practice-based research and learning network within the Canadian Primary Care Research Network and the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN) supporting collaborative, patient-oriented, practice-based research, and quality improvement.

Grailing Anthonisen – Communications and Knowledge Translation Manager

Grailing is the Canadian Primary Care Research Network’s Communications and Knowledge Mobilization Manager and has been with the Network since February 2022. She splits her time between the Network and Réseau-1 Québec, the Quebec component of the network. At both networks, Grailing develops and implements communication strategies and products.