Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact

Steven Hoffman

Steven Rebellato

PHD (Waterloo), CIPHI(C)

Assistant Professor (Part-time), Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact,
McMaster University

rebellas@mcmaster.ca

Director, Simcoe-Muskoka District Health Unit, Health Protection Service

steven.rebellato@smdhu.org
1.877.721.7520 x 7487

15 Sperling Drive
Barrie, ON, L4M 6K9

Academic Interests

Dr. Rebellato is a Director in the Simcoe-Muskoka District Health Unit. His research interests are focused on population and public health, health policy, risk assessment, inspection, regulation, food safety and source water protection, infection prevention and control, environmental health hazards, and qualitative methodologies in research including grounded theory. 

Selected Publications

    1. Rebellato, S., Chow, J., Cholewa, S., & Poon, D. (2012). Impact of PROTON: A Food Handler Certification Course on Food Handlers’ Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviours.  Journal of Food Safety, 32(1).
    2. Rebellato, S. (2010). Parkinson’s disease and pesticides: recommendations for improving the measurement of pesticide exposures.  Environmental Health Review, 54(1).
    3. Weir, E., Mitchell, J., Rebellato, S., & Fortuna, D. (2007). Raw Milk and the Protection of Public Health. CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association Journal, 177(7):721-3.

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