MPH, BEd, BScH
Meghan Beking graduated from Queen's University with a Masters in Public Health, and holds undergraduate degrees in Education and Biochemistry. She has experience in public health and other research settings working on program evaluations and planning, evidence syntheses, and analysis of qualitative and quantitative evidence to synthesize recommendations. She worked on the School Health Team at KFL&A Public Health completing a situational assessment of healthy eating and healthy weights programs for elementary level students. She is knowledgeable in stakeholder consultation and has contributed to systematic reviews and meta-analyses of drug efficacy and safety on topics like antimicrobial resistance, migraine therapy and smoking cessation. Currently she is an Outreach Facilitator with the Ottawa Model for Smoking Cessation in Primary Care.