Awesome playground of food, tastes, cultures, beaches, arts – all in one place and also evolving (and of course my castle in Turin).
The fact that one day I can have all my healthcare needs (or as many as possible) handled from my lazy boy chair – Sweet!
Brilliance in its own habitat.
Caterina’s interests are in telemedicine, telemonitoring, training/program evaluation and translational research.
Her hybrid role spans both clinical operations and research teams at the Centre. As part the UHN Telehealth Program, Caterina plays a lead data/information management (IM) role for clinical telemedicine, quality indicator development, database management & reporting. As part of HumanEra, Caterina is currently leading the nursing education/training component of the larger OHTAC study on Multiple Intravenous Infusions.
Caterina recently completed a Master of Arts degree in Measurement and Evaluation from OISE/University of Toronto. Her program focus was on survey methodology and in particular the instrumentation/test construction, attitude/satisfaction rating scales, and survey response psychology. Her interests in patient satisfaction and outcomes evaluation resulted in a thesis dissertation empirically examining Likert rating scale design strategies for dealing with low response variability and high satisfaction rates in a positive patient respondent population.