Department of Emergency Medicine and Community Health Sciences
University of Calgary
Dr. Andrew McRae is a clinician-scientist in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Community Health Sciences at the University of Calgary. He received his PhD in epidemiology and biostatistics (2011) from Western University, Canada, co-supervised by Allan Donner and Charles Weijer. His doctoral dissertation explored ethical challenges in cluster randomized trials, a design used to evaluate the effects of health interventions on groups such as healthcare systems, communities and emergency departments. He has previously published on ethical emergency and critical care research, COVID-19 vaccination for healthcare providers, and access to healthcare administrative data for research purposes. His current academic focus is on generating and translating evidence to improve emergency cardiovascular care. He is an associate editor at the Canadian Medical Association Journal.