Dr Alexander Clark’s research focuses on psychosocial, behavioural, and organizational dimensions of Coronary Heart Disease (heart failure/ acute coronary syndromes) with a special interest in vulnerable populations. He draws on complexity and critical realist theory.
His main areas of interest include philosophy of science/ method, public health and chronic disease, secondary prevention/ cardiac rehabilitation programs, disease management and self-care. He is the knowledge translation leader with Alberta Heart Research.
Dr. Clark uses qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods in his research, and systematic review (qualitative, quantitative, meta-analysis).