Increasing Access to Evidence-Based Health Information, Resources, & Services
Welcome to the Health Information Exchange Lab Website! Please take a look around and Contact Us if you would like more information or if you would like to get involved!
The overarching aim of Health Information Exchange Laboratory work is to understand the unique health-related needs of population groups, ascertain gaps in information and services, and work with groups to create information, resources, and services that will meet their targeted needs.
We draw on a range of research methodologies in our work, including qualitative, quantitative, epidemiological, mixed-methods, website evaluation, intervention science, and integration of physiological measurements. Click here for a list of current projects.
Dr. Kristin Reynolds is a Registered Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology (Clinical Area) at the University of Manitoba
Dr. Reynolds is the Director of the Perinatal Mental Health Clinic at the University of Manitoba Psychological Service Centre. Dr. Reynolds works with adults across the lifespan. Click here for more information.
Dr. Reynolds provides practicum supervision to Clinical Psychology Graduate Students at the University of Manitoba Psychological Service Centre. Click here for more information