W. Craig Norris

Craig Norris, MSW, RCSW is a Research Assistant with the Qualitative and Ethno-Epidemiological Research Program at the BC Centre on Substance Use and a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University. He is also a practicing Clinical Social Worker, Adjunct Professor in the School of Social Work at the University of British Columbia, and a Faculty Member in the Child and Youth Care Counselling Program at Douglas College. Craig’s doctoral research focuses on how embedding police officers in proactive mental health and substance use treatment teams impacts health outcomes and treatment experiences of consumers. His doctoral studies are supported through the CD Nelson Memorial Graduate Scholarship, the Provost Prize of Distinction, and the Robert HN Ho Family Foundation Scholarship through Vancouver Coastal Health.