Pamela Fuselli has worked in the health care/injury prevention field for over 18 years, in pediatric acute care and public health sectors. Her expertise includes prevention strategies related to injuries in the transportation, home and play environments. Pamela has strong relationships with the research community across Canada, leading knowledge translation activities in research studies. She is a member of numerous collaboratives and committees such as the Canadian Collaborative Centres for Injury Prevention, the Canadian Concussion Collaborative, and the Canadian Pediatric Society’s Injury Prevention Committee.
Pamela became the Vice President, Knowledge Transfer and Stakeholder Relations in July 2012 when Parachute was created from the amalgamation of four national injury prevention organizations. Her areas of interest are centered on knowledge mobilization resulting in behaviour change, the impact of good public policy on injury prevention and the importance of collaboration to further the impact on social change.
Pamela received her BSC in Psychology from the University of Toronto in 1992, her BHA (2002) from Ryerson University and MSc (2010) in Creativity and Change Leadership from the State University of New York College at Buffalo.