Chair, School of Health Policy and Management
Locations / Contact Info:
425 Health, Nursing & Environmental Studies - HNESKeele CampusPhone: 416-736-2100 Ext. 30325
Faculty & School/Dept.
Faculty of Health - School of Health Policy & Management
OISE/University of Toronto
Dr. Marina Morrow has a research focus in critical health policy that explores the following themes: 1) Mental health reform, service provision and access to health services, 2) Mental health and social inequity, 3) Mental health, citizen engagement and social justice, 4) Neoliberal reforms, gender and health and, 5) Intersectional theory and approaches in mental health. Before joining the School of Health Policy and Management Marina was a charter faculty member in the Faculty of Health Sciences as Simon Fraser University in BC. Marina is the lead editor of Critical Inquiries for Social Justice in Mental Health, forthcoming University of Toronto Press. Marina’s research strongly supports public scholarship and collaborative research partnerships with community-based organizations, health care practitioners, advocates and policy decision makers.
Currently available to supervise graduate students:
Currently taking on work-study students, Graduate Assistants or Volunteers:
Available to supervise undergraduate thesis projects:
Critical health policy; mental health reform; service provision; access to health services; mental health and social inequity; mental health, citizen engagement and social justice; neoliberal reforms; gender and health; intersectional theory and approaches in mental health.