What can we do to better help people with heart disease live longer and better lives?
Dr. Clark’s research focuses on psychosocial, behavioural, and health service aspects of Coronary Heart Disease, including: heart failure/ acute coronary syndromes. He uses a variety of qualitative / quantitative research and systematic review methods and complexity / critical realist theory to understand, explain and improve health outcomes. He also writes frequently on academic skills development. mentorship, and workplace effectiveness.
His main areas of interest are: chronic disease management, secondary prevention/ cardiac rehabilitation, self-care and complex interventions. He holds scientific leadership positions with CIHR and Heart & Stroke Foundation Canada and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences.
- 2013-2016 Honorary Professor, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne
- 2016-2019 Honorary Professor, University of Sydney
- 2012-2015 Honorary Professorial Fellow, Cardiovascular Division, The George Institute for Global Health
- 2011-2016 Associate Dean (Research), Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta
- 2011-2016 Visiting Professor, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems, University College Dublin
- Editor-in-Chief International Journal of Qualitative Methods
- Editor, Nursing Open (John Wiley)
- Editor, Canadian Journal of Nursing Research
- 2013-2015 Vice President International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing (INDEN)
- 2014 Distinguished Scholar International Institute for Qualitative Methodology
- 2014 Fellow Canadian Academy of Health Sciences
- 2011 Top 40 Under 40 Edmonton
- Company:University of Alberta - Edmonton Clinic Health Academy
- Short Bio:Professor, Nursing
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