Drugs and Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Profile
Dr. Ullanda Niel is a Family Physician at the Scarborough Center for Healthy Communities in Toronto. She completed a residency in Family Practice and a Fellowship in the Primary Care of Adults with Intellectual Disabilities at Queen’s University. Dr. Niel participated in creating The 2018 Canadian consensus guidelines on primary care for adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and clinical resources for the transition of youth with intellectual disabilities to adult care. Through her inner city community health center, she cares for new immigrants, refugees and people with intellectual disabilities/autism including work at an in-school health clinic. She also works at Participation House, Markham, a group home for adults with cerebral palsy/intellectual disabilities.
- Developmental Disabilities Primary Care Program, Primary care of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities
- Affiliated with:
- Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities, Participation House
- Declaration(s) of Interest:
- 2021-02-11 (PDF)