Naheed Dosani is a Palliative Care & Family Physician at Inner City Health Associates (ICHA) and William Osler Health System (WOHS). He recently completed the Conjoint Palliative Medicine Residency Program at the University of Toronto and prior to that, his Residency in inner-city Family Medicine, where he served as Co-Chief Resident of St. Michael’s Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program. After completing his training, he founded PEACH (Palliative Education And Care for the Homeless), ICHA's newest program, aimed at providing supportive & quality-of-life treatments for homeless & vulnerably housed patients with life-limiting illness. More recently, Naheed was awarded the 2015 Early Career Development Award by The College of Family Physicians of Canada.
He is a researcher, with projects underway investigating the impact of housing on health, the use of social media in healthcare and palliative care delivery for patients with heart disease. He teaches medical trainees at all levels, serves on the Board of Directors for the Agincourt Community Services Association and on the steering committee for Health Providers Against Poverty. Naheed is passionate about the social determinants of health, inner city health, global health equity and social media. You can follow Naheed on Twitter @NaheedD.