Associate Professor, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Faculty Associate, Profiles
Mark Harrison is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, UBC and a member of the Collaboration for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE) group. Mark leads a program of work to promote the sustainable use of healthcare resources by reducing waste and promoting efficiency. He is particularly interested in the role of patient and physician preferences in the design and delivery of treatments and clinical studies and the impact of policy interventions on patient and healthcare system outcomes. Increasingly Mark is looking to study the access to health care of marginalized populations and the relationship between health/health care and the environment.
Mark is also affiliated with the Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Sciences (CHÉOS), the School of Population and Public Health (UBC), the Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability (UBC), the Planetary Healthcare Lab (UBC), the Arthritis Research Centre of Canada, and the Manchester Centre for Health Economics at the University of Manchester, UK.