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Kate Hayman (MD, MPH, FRCPC) is an attending emergency physician at the University Health Network. She completed her emergency medicine training at the University of Western Ontario in 2015. During residency, she also completed a Masters of Public Health at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, with a concentration in Health in Crisis and Humanitarian Emergencies.

Dr. Hayman is currently a co-investigator in an ongoing study using simulated resuscitation scenarios to trial a cognitive aid in resuscitation. Other academic interests include the management of non-communicable disease in humanitarian emergencies and the implementation of harm reduction strategies in emergency departments. She is an active member of Health Providers Against Poverty, and is interested in improving medical education on the social determinants of health and opportunities for health advocacy.


  • Inner City & Public Health

  • Global Health

  • Simulation

  • Cardiac Arrest/ Resuscitation


Hayman KG, Sharma D, Wardlow RD, Singh S. Burden of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality following humanitarian emergencies: a systematic literature review. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2015;30(1):80-88.

Hayman K, Loubani T. Thromboembolic disease. Global Health Emergency Medicine Teaching Module. Available at:

Sharma D, Hayman K, Stewart BT, et al. Surgery for Conditions of Infectious Etiology in Resource-Limited Countries Affected by Crisis: The Medecins Sans Frontieres Operations Centre Brussels Experience. Surg Infect (Larchmt).2015.

Zbar A, Fitzgerald-Husek A, Hayman K. Health and Homelessness: A reference guide for Canadian healthcare providers. Available at:

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