Professor Ian Stedman is an Assistant Professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration where he teaches courses in his two areas of expertise: 1) parliamentary ethics and accountability (see PPAS 4190) and Healthcare Law and Policy (see PPAS 4130 “Politics, Law and the Courts”). Professor Stedman also regularly contributes his time and expertise to media interviews and public speaking engagements. Below is a sample of his recent and upcoming activities:
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- Invited speaker on panel “Joining Forces: How Academic Partnerships Can Effectuate Change” at the annual international conference of the Council on Government Ethics Laws (COGEL) in Kansas City in December 2023;
- Quoted by The Trillium in “Integrity commissioner ‘looking into’ lobbying firm run by Doug Ford’s longtime right-hand man” and “Integrity commissioner aware of ‘potential non-compliance’ with lobbying law by another ex-aide of Doug Ford's”
- Invited moderator for CIHR Café Scientifique presented by CGen and held at SickKids Research Institute in September 2023: “Breaking down barriers: Exploring the role of equity in the future of precision medicine”;
- Invited Plenary Speaker, “Ethical Considerations related to Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare” at the inaugural conference for the University of Toronto Centre for A.I. Research and Education in Medicine (T-CAIREM);
- Invited Plenary Panelist on “Rare Disease Policy” at Economic Club of Canada’s National Healthcare Summit in May 2023: Preparing for the Needs of the Future.
Check out Professor Stedman’s latest publication, co-authored with an incredible team of doctors, lawyers and computer scientists: “The promises and challenges of clinical AI in community paediatric medicine“ in the Journal of Pediatrics & Child Health.