200 Elizabeth St. 12ES - 403
Toronto ON M5G 2C4
Stephanie Ong received her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from the University of Toronto in 2001 and continued her training as a pharmacy resident at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. In 2010, Ong completed her Masters of Science in Health Informatics, where her main research interests lie with developing and implementing digital tools to help promote health care delivery models in patients with chronic disease, pharmacy practice and enhance the patient’s medication management.
Ong is presently a clinical pharmacist in nephrology with the University Health Network (UHN), where she is actively involved in the ambulatory renal clinics. Along with her clinical role, Ong leads clinical projects with the Division of Nephrology to develop and implement digital tools to promote chronic kidney disease (CKD) care and health delivery. These projects have been presented extensively in both national and international conferences.
At the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, Ong co-coordinates the PharmD (PHM 202) and is a clinical instructor for APPE students and MTM labs.
Ong SW, Kaushal A, Pariser P, Chan CT. An Integrated Kidney Care eConsult Practice Model: Results from the iKinect Project. Am J Nephrol. 2019; 50(4): 262-271.
Ong SW, Jassal SV, Porter E, Logan AG, Miller JA. Using an electronic self-management tool to support patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD): a CKD clinic self-care model. Semin Dial. 2013 Mar-Apr;26(2):195-202.
Ong SW, Jassal SV, Miller JA, Porter EC, Cafazzo JA, Seto E, Thorpe KE, Logan AG. Integrating a Smartphone-Based Self-Management System into Usual Care of Advanced CKD. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol. 2016 Jun 6;11(6):1054-62.
Grindrod K, Khan H, Hengartner U, Ong S, Logan AG, Vogel D, Gebotys R, Yang J. Evaluating authentication options for mobile health applications in younger and older adults. PLoS One. 2018 Jan 4;13(1):e0189048.