Lee has worked in women’s health for 25 years and has practiced and taught in isolated, rural, and urban communities in British Columbia, Nunavut, and Ontario. She combines clinical practice with research, leadership, and policy activities that focus on interprofessional collaboration, innovative program and practice development, and rural health services. In addition to two undergraduate degrees, in Psychology and Health Sciences, Lee holds a Master of Health Management degree and is completing a PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies at UBC. She is a Certified Health Executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders and a Clinical Assistant Professor in UBC’s Faculty of Medicine. Lee’s research, policy, and teaching interests include: Interprofessional Collaboration, Education, and Culture; Rural Health Services and Rural Maternity Services; Integrated Primary Care; Team-based Care; Health Service Delivery Networks; Health Leadership; Community Capacity Building; Qualitative Methods.
Reproductive Infectious Diseases