Trevor has nearly two decades of healthcare informatics and analytics development experience. In his current role at the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Emergency Program, Trevor leads the development and implementation of informatics and analytics tools for use in healthcare quality and performance improvement initiatives. He is also Assistant Professor with the Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Manitoba, where he participates on clinical and operations research projects and lectures on topics relating to data science, informatics, and quality improvement.
In addition to achieving Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, Trevor has certifications in both Lean and Six Sigma. Trevor has been involved in the successful commercialization of health informatics technology, including an Emergency Medical Services data system launched in cooperation with the University of Alberta and other commercial partners.
Trevor has co-authored three book chapters and numerous articles on healthcare topics, and is author of the book Healthcare Analytics for Quality and Performance Improvement published by John Wiley & Sons. You can read numerous healthcare analytics articles, download additional resources, and learn more about Trevor`s book on his blog.
Shirley Fenton has over 25 years of experience in information technology focused on innovative Internet applications, community information portals, and web-based tools and technology. Her interests are Health Informatics, eHealth, BioHealth, Innovative Intelligent Communities, Community Informatics and Communities of Practice. She is the Business Development Director, Centre for Bioengineering and Biotechnology and a Research Associate, Computer Systems Group at the University of Waterloo and also the Vice President of the National Institutes of Health Informatics. She is currently serving on the Walsh University Intelligent Community Institute Advisory Board, the Centre for Distance Education Health Information Management Program Advisory Committee and the HIMSS Ontario Board of Directors. She was on the Steering Committee when Waterloo was named the Intelligent Community of the Year in 2007. In 2011, she received the Zonta International Women of Achievement Trailblazer Award. Shirley obtained her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from University of Waterloo.