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Heather M. Arthur

Principal Investigator for the Women's Health Program

Population Health Research Institute

HQ Phone:  (905) 527-4322

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Population Health Research Institute

237 Barton St. E.

Hamilton, Ontario,L8L 2X2

Canada

Company Description

PHRI is an academic health science research institute driven by a passion to improve health outcomes for our global population. Our research is best achieved through worldwide collaboration with governments, academic colleagues, and pharmaceutical and device i...more

Background Information

Employment History

Position In Cardiovascular Nursing Research Excellence Award

Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses


Director

Hypertension Canada


Chief Scientific Officer

Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation


Researcher

Google Inc.


Affiliations

Heart and Stroke Foundation

Researcher


McMaster University

Professor Emeritus


European Society of Cardiology

Fellow


Convention Centre

Member


CACR Annual Meeting & Symposium/CCC Congress

Member


Chaos Computer Club

Member


Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario

HHS' Representative


Education

Bachelor of Science

Nursing

McMaster University


Doctor of Philosophy

Medical Sciences

University of Toronto


Master of Science

Nursing

University of Toronto


PhD

McMaster University


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Our People

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Dr. Heather Arthur
Women's Health Dr. Arthur is a Principal Investigator for the Women's Health Program at the Population Health Research Institute. Dr. Arthur has been the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario's endowed chair in cardiovascular nursing research and an Associate Professor at the School of Nursing in the faculty of Health Sciences. Now Dr. Arthur is the Co-director of the Cardiac and Vascular Nursing Science Unit at the Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation. Dr. Arthur studied her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. Dr. Arthur later received both her Master of Science in Cardiac Nursing and her Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Science from the University of Toronto. Dr. Arthur is the recipient of the Cardiovascular Nursing Research Excellence Award from the Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses and the Career Scientist from the Ontario Ministry of Health. She has co-authored a book, written 8 book chapters and published over 70 peer reviewed journal articles. Cardiovascular Nursing Research Excellence Award, Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses: Dr. Heather Arthur


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Cardiovascular Nursing Research Excellence Award, Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses: Dr. Heather Arthur
Dr. Heather Arthur Women's Health Dr. Heather Arthur is a principal investigator for the Women's Health Program at the Population Health Research Institute. Dr. Arthur has been the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario's endowed chair in cardiovascular nursing research and an Associate Professor at the School of Nursing in the faculty of Health Sciences. Now Dr. Arthur is the Co-director of the Cardiac and Vascular Nursing Science Unit at the Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation. Dr. Arthur studied her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. Dr. Arthur later received both her Master of Science in Cardiac Nursing and her Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Science from the University of Toronto. Dr. Arthur is the recipient of the Cardiovascular Nursing Research Excellence Award from the Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses and the Career Scientist from the Ontario Ministry of Health. She has co-authored a book, written 8 book chapters and published over 70 peer reviewed journal articles.


acaho.org

Dr. Heather Arthur
Chief Scientific Officer & Director of the PHRI Population Health and Research Institute (PHRI), Hamilton Health Sciences


Hamilton Health Sciences | Research Administration - Leadership Team / Governance

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Hamilton Health Science research efforts are led by Dr. Salim Yusuf, Vice President Research, Dr. Heather Arthur, Chief Scientific Officer, and Frank Naus, Director of Research Administration.
Dr. Heather Arthur, Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Heather Arthur, Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Arthur is a Professor at McMaster University, holds the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario/Michael G. DeGroote Endowed Chair in Cardiovascular Nursing Research and is also Chief Scientific Officer at Hamilton Health Sciences.


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Professor Heather Arthur was awarded the prize by the Canadian Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation (CACR) and will deliver the keynote Terry Kavanagh lecture at the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress in Montreal on Oct. 17.
Arthur began her career at McMaster University in 1981. She holds the Heart and Stroke Foundation/Michael G. DeGroote Endowed Chair in Cardiovascular Nursing Research and is also the chief scientific officer at Hamilton Health Sciences. "This award is a generous recognition of my contributions to cardiac rehabilitation as both a scientist and an advocate," she said.


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