Kate Hayman (MD, MPH, FRCPC) is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto and practices emergency medicine at the University Health Network. She completed her emergency medicine training at the University of Western Ontario, and completed her Masters of Public Health at Johns Hopkins, concentrating in Health in Crisis and Humanitarian Emergencies. She is a co-chair of the Health Equity sub-committee of Global Health Emergency Medicine, which seeks to improve the health of patients in both domestic and international contexts by addressing inequities through clinical, educational, and advocacy-based interventions. She has worked with MSF in Iraq, Mediterranean Search and Rescue, and Northeast Syria. She is currently working as a Co-Medical Director for Toronto's COVID Recovery site for people experiencing homelessness, which has provided care for over 1,000 homeless and under-housed individuals who cannot isolate at home.

Humanitarian & Emergency Response,
Social Determinants of Health