Dr. Julia is an Educational Consultant and Healthcare Management Consultant with extensive experience in the field of health care consulting. She currently offers health, management and educational consulting services through MSK Courses and Alleyne Inc., servicing clients in the North American and Globally. She has worked with Ministries of Health, Physician Associations, Long Term Care facilities, Hospitals, Private clinics and health care organizations, health care suppliers, publishing and other organizations.
Dr Julia Alleyne is currently involved in the preparation and dissemination of the low back pain strategy for the Province of Ontario. Dr Julia has acted as both a Clinical and Course / Curriculum consultant. As clinical consultant she has been involved in an evidence-based amendments to the Schedule of Benefits that modify the access to X-rays, CT scans and MRIs to treat chronic low back pain. As course consultant, Dr Julia helped to develop evidence based educational tools to assist Ontarian physician with low back pain patients. Julia acted as a course consultant in partnership with the Center for Effective Practice (CEP).
Dr Julia Alleyne is currently working as an educational consultant for the physician support program at BCMA to develop primary care provider training as part of a province wide MSK initiative focusing on low back pain, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Dr Julia has facilitated the collaboration of family physicians and specialists in a shared care model.
Dr Julia Alleyne recently worked as an educational consultant to develop training for primary care physicians on the management of low back pain.
Dr Julia Alleyne recently worked on a project to assess Inter-Professional Care (IPC) skills and attitudes in a Long Term Care facility. She led efforts to coordinate and deliver care across a number of professions – including: Physicians; Nurse Practitioner(s); Registered Nurses; Registered Nursing Assistants; Personal Support Workers; Pharmacists; Dietitians; Social Workers; and, Physiotherapists. This project involved both the assessment of IPC skills and attitudes and the development and delivery of training to address gaps in skills, attitudes and practices.
Dr Julia has also worked as a Clinical Health Care Consultant with the former GSA Consulting Group for nine years. She was also an Employee Health Consultant with Sibley and Associates in Disability Management for a period of four years.
Dr. Julia Alleyne is a sport medicine physician and physiotherapist and is currently the MSK Lead for Outpatients at Toronto Rehab and is the Chief Medical Officer for the Invictus Games in 2017 in Toronto. She holds academic appointments with the University of Toronto, Department of Family and Community Medicine. She was Chief Medical Officer for the Canadian Olympic team in London 2012, and the 2015 PanAm Games in Toronto.