Dr. Josephine McMurray, MRT, MBA, PhD, FBTM
Dr. Josephine McMurray, PhD, MBA, MRT, is an Associate Professor at the Lazaridis School of Business & Economics, Wilfrid Laurier University, in the Business Technology Management Program, and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing at Western University. Josephine’s PhD in Health Studies & Gerontology from the School of Public Health and Health Systems at the University of Waterloo, focused on system performance measurement using electronic medical record adoption. She has been an AGE-WELL co-investigator and project lead since 2014 and has taught in the AGE-WELL HQP Summer Institute since 2016. Josephine’s research is focused on issues at the intersection of healthcare, technology & management and her current grants explore the implementation of geo-location technologies in long-term care, employers’ perspectives on the use of technology to accommodate employees diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment & dementia, and the use of AI in disability management. Prior to entering academia, Josephine was employed as a marketing manager for a large multi-national and previously was Director of Health Services at the University of Guelph. As principal in her consultancy thinking360, Josephine has provided consulting services in higher education and healthcare.
Josephine has been a Project Lead on an AGE-WELL Core Research Project in both Cycle 1 (2015-2020) and Cycle 2 (2020-2023). She has been a faculty member of AGE-WELL’s Summer Institute since 2016.