Margot Kelly-Hedrick is a Masters in Bioethics student. She completed her BA in Psychology at McGill University (Montreal, Canada) in 2016. Her interest in bioethics began during her undergraduate research project on the psychosocial aspects of infertility. Following graduation, Margot worked as a research assistant in Canadian Institute of Health Research’s Infotility Team at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal. The project focused on providing information and support through a mobile health app to individuals undergoing infertility treatment. Margot also has research experience in reproductive psychiatry, child psychiatry, clinical psychology and trauma. One bioethics topic she is interested in exploring is the ethics of the palliative care decision-making process between patients and their families and the provider’s role in this process.
- Palliative care decision-making process between patients and their families and the provider’s role in this process
- B.A., Psychology, McGill University