Health equity means the ability to reasonably expect a cure or access to quality healthcare regardless of location, income, or personal capacity.
Victoria Watson hails from Ontario, Canada. She is an active health policy researcher who is dedicated to closing the equity gap in cancer and disease outcomes by bringing person-centered patient needs to policy decisions. Victoria has experience as a CGI program development intern at the Clinton Foundation. She also worked as a governing council member at NCD Child, where she led strategic planning and advocacy activities. She was a health policy coordinator at Cancer Care Ontario, where she helped develop the population-based design and implementation policies for an organized cancer screening program by gathering secondary evidence and translating clinical guidelines into KT tools for physicians. In her free time, she enjoys playing the drums and going to DJ events. She received a Master of Science from McMaster University.