CGJ Welcomes New Editorial Board Members


The Canadian Geriatrics Journal (CGJ) is thrilled to announce the addition of two new Editorial Board Members. Please join us in welcoming Drs. Jacqueline McMillan MD MSc FRCPC and Natasha E. Lane MD PhD.

Dr. Jacqueline McMillan is a Geriatrician and Clinician Scientist. She completed her Medical Degree at the University of British Columbia, followed by Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine training at the University of Calgary. Dr. McMillan completed the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Clinical Investigator Program and Master of Community Health Sciences, Health Services Research at the University of Calgary. She is the site co-lead for the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging, in Calgary, Alberta. Dr. McMillan is joining the CGJ Editorial Team as an Associate Editor.   

Dr. Natasha E. Lane is a Geriatric Medicine Resident at the University of Toronto and a Research Fellow at ICES Toronto. She completed her PhD in Health Services Research as part of the University of Toronto’s combined MD/PhD Program and trained in Internal Medicine at the University of British Columbia. She studies determinants of high-quality health care for older adults and their caregivers in community and congregate care settings. She is particularly interested in best-practice care for older adults with depression, delirium, or dementia. Dr. Lane is joining the CGJ Editorial Team as an Assistant Editor for trainee submissions.

Editorial Board Members play a key role in contributing to the quality and standards of the work published in CGJ, and supporting the overall and aims and scope of the Journal. We are proud to have a dedicated team to help ensure the continuing excellence of the Journal and our published content. To view all members of the Journal’s Editorial Board, please visit our Editorial Team page.