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Meghan Kenny

Meghan Kenny – Research Coordinator

Meghan is a Research Coordinator for the McMaster Evidence Review and Synthesis Centre (MERSC) in the Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatics department. A graduate of the MA in Community Psychology program at Wilfrid Laurier University, she has a strong background in program evaluation and research methods (quantitative and qualitative). She has extensive experience working with diverse communities (consumer/survivors, low-income families, lone mothers, and LGBTQ). Her graduate work focused on working closely with community stakeholders to identify the needs of LGBTQ youth in the Kitchener-Waterloo area. She has 14 years of evaluation experience ranging from community-based program evaluation (as part of the Offord Centre for Child Studies) to large scale systematic reviews (with the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and presently, MERSC). She has contributed to numerous systematics reviews and co-authored publications in peer-reviewed journals.