Dr. Kendall is an Associate Professor, University of Ottawa, Department of Family Medicine and School of Epidemiology and Public Health; a Clinical Scientist, CT Lamont Primary Care Research Centre, Bruyère Research Institute; and family physician, Bruyère Academic Family Health Team.
Dr. Kendall is currently leading a research program at Bruyère Research Institute aiming to improve the delivery of primary healthcare for populations with or at risk for HIV. Her research interests include health services focused on the care of vulnerable populations and those with chronic conditions, in particular people living with HIV and people who use drugs.
Dr. Kendall is the Nominated Principal Investigator overseeing the LHIV team (effective August, 2016). She leads the health care utilization and quality of care research studies in Ontario, and co-leads the “Implementing and Evaluating LHIV Self-management Tools and Supports” project with Dr. Liddy and Dr. Becker.