He received a Masters in Community Health Sciences in 2006 working in the area of determinants of First Nations Kidney health. Current research interests include end of life care for dialysis patients and health systems delivery and quality of health care delivery to dialysis patients. In 2009-13 he was a co-investigator in a CIHR study examining dignity and distress across various disease populations led by Dr. Harvey Chochinov and co-led the renal component. In 2012 he was awarded an HSC foundation grant examining the quality of care in dialysis patients receiving care in rural Manitoba.
He led the team that developed the Nurse Led Telehealth initiative for the Manitoba Renal program in remote and northern locations. This work will form the basis for a Masters thesis in Community Health Science and he is the co-supervisor for this Masters Candidate.