Meaghan’s research interests lie in developing alternative models of primary care service delivery for hard-to-serve populations, particularly primary care models for patients with HIV. She is working to identify best practices for multidisciplinary primary care teams and gaps in HIV-specific knowledge among different members of those teams. She has been involved in investigating the service needs of individuals coinfected with HIV and Hepatitis C (HCV) and advocates for physicians to be more knowledgeable about HCV treatment for people with HIV, including patients currently involved in intravenous drug use (IDU).
Meaghan devotes a significant amount of time and attention to mentoring and guiding up-and-coming physicians. In her supervision of medical students and residents, she aims to infuse their medical training with a nuanced understanding of HIV and how to address the disease in primary care settings. She has supervised research projects competed by students investigating these topics.