Dr. John Cairney
is the Director of the INCH Lab. Please see Dr. John Cairney for a detailed biography.







Dr. Wenonah Campbell is an Assistant Professor in the the School of Rehabilitation Science at McMaster University and a Scientist with CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research. She has a health professional background in speech-language pathology and contributes expertise in language development and assessment in children. Wenonah’s current research focuses on evaluating and implementing school-based models of collaborative service delivery as well as on enhancing the capacity of health professionals to engage in collaborative practice. She has a particular interest in exploring how Universal Design for Learning, which is a framework in education for making classrooms accessible and inclusive, could be leveraged by health professionals to support the participation of children with chronic health conditions at school.



Dr. Matthew Kwan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine Niagara Regional Campus at McMaster University. He completed his PhD in Exercise Sciences at the University of Toronto, with a specific focus in health and exercise psychology. His current research interest is in the broader study of population health, andunderstanding the epidemiology, determinants, and consequences associated with physical activity during youth. Guided by a socio-ecological perspective, the goal of his research is to better understand the complex interplay between individual, social, and environmental factors as it relates to behaviour change. Implications of his research consider how personal, social, and community contexts influence physical activity, informing intervention strategies aimed at developing active healthy communities. Funded by CIHR and SSHRC, Dr. Kwan is actively involved in the ‘Moving U Study’, ‘CATCH Study’, and ‘Family Activity and Determinants Study’.



Dr. David Price is Professor and Chair of the Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University, and has been Chief of Family Medicine at Hamilton Health Sciences since 2004. During his training, Dr. Price did one year of pediatric residency, and has interests in newborns, children and obstetrics. He has represented the College of Family Physicians on the National NRP (Neonatal Resuscitation Program) Steering Committee from 2000 until 2010 and was also a national instructor for the NRP program during that time .He was a member of the Canadian Newborn Hearing Screening Health Canada Working group, and is a co-author of the ACoRN [Acute Care of at-Risk Newborn] program.

Dr. Price is the founding director of the Maternity Centre of Hamilton, a multidisciplinary centre caring for prenatal and intrapartum patients. The model of care developed at the Maternity Centre has been replicated across the country and has been the subject of national presentations and publications. He is also the Medical Director and co-investigator of the Quality in Family Practice program; a six year undertaking of four concurrent projects, focusing on the development and implementation of continuous quality improvement initiatives. Dr. Price has been an integral part in the development the INCH lab.