Dr. Gary J Gray
Dr. Gary J. Gray is a Urologist at the Royal Alexandra Hospital and Northern Alberta Urology Clinic in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Surgery, co-appointed to the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology as an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Alberta, and past Medical Director of Urodynamics in the Edmonton Zone. He is currently Chief of Surgery at the Misericordia Hospital in Edmonton.
Dr. Gray completed his Urology residency training at the University of Alberta. He has completed a Fellowship at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington in Urodynamics, lower urinary tract reconstruction and Female Urology.
Member since 2003
Dr. Kathleen F. Hunter
Kathleen Hunter is an Associate Professor with the Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta with a joint appointment as Nurse Practitioner, Specialized Geriatric Services, Glenrose Hospital in the Continence Clinic. She originally graduated with a hospital diploma in nursing and after many years in clinical practice, with (quite) a few education breaks along the way, completed a PhD (Nursing) in 2006. She holds a Canadian Nurses Association certification in gerontological nursing and completed the Nurse Continence Advisor Program through McMaster University in 2012.
Kathleen’s clinical focus is gerontological and continence nursing, and she has worked with older adults in community, continuing care, hospital and outpatient settings. Research interests include lower urinary tract symptoms/incontinence in older adults, incontinence and falls and hospital transitions for older adults. She has published in peer reviewed research journals and has authored several book chapters related to continence. A member of the International Continence Society Nursing Committee (Chair, Research Subcommittee) until 2017, Kathleen was recently appointed Nurse Member of the ICS Scientific Review Committee (2016-2019).
She shares her home with two cats of questionable pedigree, both of whom go running when the grandchildren appear on the scene.
Dr. Bill Gibson
Dr. Bill Gibson is a consultant geriatrician and assistant professor of geriatrics at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. He completed medical school and postgraduate training in internal medicine and geriatrics in Sheffield and South Yorkshire, UK, before moving to Canada in 2013 to undertake a PhD, examining the links between falls and lower urinary tract symptoms in older people. He has a significant clinical practice in incontinence and it forms the majority of his research portfolio.
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Dr. Jane Schulz
Dr. Schulz is a professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and head of the Urogynecology Division. She graduated with Honors in Research from the University of Alberta's Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry in 1992. She completed her Obstetrics and Gynecology residency at the University of Alberta, after which she obtained a McLaughlin scholarship and completed a two-year urogynecology fellowship at the University of London, England, and the University of Toronto.
In 1999, she accepted an academic position in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Alberta and joined the Urogynecology unit at the Royal Alexandra Hospital.
Dr. Schulz is part of a large clinical academic practice at the Lois Hole Hospital for Women, in addition to being involved in ongoing teaching of medical students, residents, physicians in the community, and allied health professionals. She co-ordinated the student internship program at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for two years, has run the CaRMS process for eight years, and was the resident research director from 2001-2016. She has served as the academic and clinical division lead for urogynecology since January 2009.
Dr. Schulz's research focus is on clinical innovation, quality improvement, and projects that have immediate clinical knowledge translation. She is an active member of the Women's and Children's Health Research Institute. In addition, she has served as the North American representative to the International Committee of the International Urogynecology Association (IUGA), and currently serves on the IUGA publications committee.
Dr. Adrian Wagg
MB BS FRCP(Lond) FRCP(Edin) FHEA (MD)
Dr. Adrian Wagg is a specialist in Geriatric and General Medicine with expertise in health services research. He is currently a Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Alberta and Professor of Continence Sciences at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. He is Deputy Head of the Department of Medicine at the University of Alberta. Dr. Wagg has significant front-line experience in healthcare administration and systems development, a strong knowledge of operational issues and an in-depth perspective of healthcare of older Albertans. Dr. Wagg holds the Alberta Health Services Chair in Healthy Ageing. His research interests involve improving care for people with urinary incontinence, community engagement and the quality of care for older people in nursing homes. He is active in national and international clinical practice guideline development and is the Co-Chair of the International Consultation on Incontinence; prior to this he was General Secretary of the International Continence Society. In his service to the community, Dr. Wagg is President of the Canadian Continence Foundation and participates in numerous other activities promoting health literacy and the healthy ageing of seniors.