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Talia Emmanuel

Talia EmmanuelTalia EmmanuelBSc, MRes, Research Analyst

Talia joined the Waypoint Research Institute as a Research Analyst in 2018. She supports and contributes to several research projects both within the research institute and throughout the hospital, including the Therapeutic Climate Study (2015-2019) project, the annual Ontario Perception of Care (OPOC) survey, and a Cochrane systematic review of interventions to improve treatment adherence in patients with sleep apnea. As an early-career researcher, she aspires to cultivate her skills in healthcare policy research/development, quantitative analysis, and mixed methods research design. Talia completed her undergraduate degree in Biology at the University of Waterloo and earned her Master of Research (in Clinical and Health Research) at the University of Southampton in the UK.

Research Interests

Perception of care, patient support networks, experiences of front-line healthcare workers, cultural competence, healthcare equity, patient-oriented research, co-production and service-user-designed programs, program evaluation 


Askland K, Wright L, Wozniak DR, Emmanuel T, Caston J, Smith I. Educational, supportive and behavioural interventions to improve usage of continuous positive airway pressure machines in adults with obstructive sleep apnoea. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews [under review]


Dall'Ora C, Griffiths P, Emmanuel T, Rafferty AM, & Ewings S. (2019), 12hour shifts in nursing: do they remove unproductive time and information loss, or do they reduce education and discussion opportunities for nurses? A crosssectional study in 12 European countries. J Clin Nurs. doi:10.1111/jocn.14977


Piper R & Emmanuel T (2019). Co-producing Mental Health Strategies with Students: A Guide for the Higher Education Sector. Available via


Student / Volunteer Opportunities

Talia is unable to support student/volunteer opportunities at this time.

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