Dr. Robblee is originally from Moncton, NB. She did her undergraduate degree at Dalhousie in Neuroscience, then came to Toronto for medical school at the University of Toronto. She complete her residency in neurology at the University of Toronto, and then started as a general neurologist here at UHN. While in her first year, she completed the MSc of Quality Improvement and Patient Safety (QIPS) and 2 years of the Veteran Affairs Quality Scholars (VAQS) program. Dr. Robblee runs the Toronto Western Hospital General Neurology clinic and the new KNC Headache Clinic. She is the physician co-lead for the falls, which is one of the 6 hospital acquired conditions (HACs) identified as part of the Caring Safely initiative for UHN. She is also the SCOPE Neurologist. SCOPE is a program focused on family practices with high patient users of healthcare resources. With funding for a nurse practioner, a quality improvement effort in under way with a focused on headache diagnosis and management as part of SCOPE.