Allan Garland, MD, MA, BSc
University of Manitoba
Member: Research Management Committee
2015 Transformative Grant Program Pilot Study — Better tArgetting, Better outcomes for frail ELderly patients (BABEL) (TG 2015-15-P)
2012 Core Research Program Grant — Sex differences in admission to intensive care units: the role of social support factors (CORE 2012-19)
Allan Garland is a Professor of Medicine and Community Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba. He obtained his BS in Physics at the University of Michigan, his MA in Physics at Harvard, and his MD at the University of Chicago. He interned in Internal Medicine at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, and completed his residency in Internal Medicine and a fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine at the University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Manitoba in 2007, Dr. Garland held faculty appointments at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers University, and Case Western Reserve University. In addition to investigating the source and magnitude of variation in ICU care, his other research interests are also in the field of critical care, including the relationship between structure and outcomes, long-term patient outcomes including quality of life, cost-effectiveness, optimal use of vascular access devices, and ICU staffing with an emphasis on job stress, burnout and worker retention.