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Logan Trenaman

Assistant Professor, Health Systems and Population Health
Leo Greenawalt Endowed Professorship in Health Policy, Health Systems and Population Health

Research Interests

patient-oriented research; patient preferences; shared decision-making; value-based payment; patient-reported outcomes


Dr. Logan Trenaman is the Leo Greenawalt Endowed Professor in Health Policy and assistant professor in Health Systems and Population Health. Dr. Trenaman conducts patient-oriented health services research that aims to ensure that patient values, needs, and perspectives are incorporated in health care decision-making and delivery. His research includes developing and evaluating tools to support shared decision making, analyzing routinely collected patient reported data, and conducting preference elicitation surveys to understand what matters most to patients and other key stakeholders.


PhD Public Health, University of British Columbia (Canada), 2018
MSc Public Health, University of British Columbia (Canada), 2014
BSc Biology, University of Victoria (Canada), 2009