Department of Family & Community Medicine

Noah Crampton MD
Dr. Noah Crampton
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
2075 Bayview Avenue
Room E349B
Toronto, ON, M4N 3M5
Summer Students
Research Interests
Education Research, Health Informatics, Health Service Delivery, Quality Improvement, Electronic Medical Records, Mixed Methods

07/2019-present: UTOPIAN site lead, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
01/2019-present: Clinician investigator; Primary Care Research Unit Clinical Liaison, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
03/2017-present: Visiting researcher, Saint Michael’s Centre for Health Analytics Research and Training
07/2016-present: Master of Science, Health Services Research – Health Informatics track, University of Toronto, Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation
07/2016-06/2018: University of Toronto, Department of Family and Community Medicine Clinician Scholar Fellowship
07/2014-06/2016: University of Toronto, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre - Certification in the College of Family Physicians
08/2010-05/2014: McGill University - Doctor of Medicine


Research Synopsis

My research focuses on evaluating how novel digital technologies, such as artificial intelligence and data analytics, are poised to transform primary and population care. I use validated methods to both quantitatively and qualitatively assess the impacts of the introduction of these tools on the quality and workflow of clinical care. I'm particularly interested in leveraging the UTOPIAN data safe haven to answer diverse applicable research questions, and to use the data to build clinically meaningful predictive models.


DFCM New Investigator Grant

Publications and Awards

Recent Publications

1. Shachak A, Randhawa G.K, Crampton N. Educational approaches for improving physicians’ use of information technology. Health Management Forum. (accepted for publication)

2. Crampton N. (2018) Module 3: Clinical Decision Support in Canadian EMRs. In: Best Advice: Advanced and Meaningful use of EMRs. Prepared by The College of Family Physicians of Canada and Canada Health Infoway.

3. Bahr T.J., Crampton N, Domb S. (2017) The facets of digital health professionalism: defining a framework for discourse and change. In: Health Professionals’ Education in the Age of Clinical Information Systems, Mobile Computing and Social Networks. Elsevier, Part 1: ch. 4.

4. Crampton N, Reis S, Schachak A. (2016) Computers in the Clinical Encounter: a scoping review and thematic analysis. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. 0:1-14