Principal Investigator, UBC Centre for Heart Lung Innovation
Director, Pulmonary Rehabilitation Research Laboratory
phone: 8069144
fax: 8069274

Lab Location

UBC Centre for Heart Lung Innovation
166-1081 Burrard Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 1Y6
Clinician-Scientist, UBC James Hogg Research Centre St. Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver, BC

Dr. Camp’s teaching responsibilities in the MPT program is dedicated to the year-long research/quality improvement project course. Dr. Camp supervises MSc and PhD students in the Rehabilitation Sciences, Experimental Medicine, and Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Programs.

Scholar, Michael Smith Foundation of Health Research
Director, Board of the Canadian Lung Association
Member, Canadian Thoracic Society COPD Clinical Assembly
Member, BC Lung Association Medical Advisory Board
The primary aim of the UBC Pulmonary Rehabilitation Research Laboratory is to develop novel, patient-oriented strategies to improve physical activity and health outcomes of people with chronic lung disease, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Dr. Camp’s research has two main themes:
Pulmonary rehabilitation for hospitalized patients with an acute exacerbation of COPD (AECOPD); and
Pulmonary tele-rehabilitation in Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities (telehealth strategies to promote lung health, exercise and chronic disease management).
Dr. Camp is currently recruiting MSc and PhD students who are interested in pursuing graduate studies in one of the two themes above. Interested candidates should visit the lab website at https://prrl.rehab.med.ubc.ca/ for more details about the research environment.
General details about admission to the Rehabilitation Sciences Graduate Program, Experimental Medicine Graduate Program, and Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Program can be found at the following links:

See publications by Pat Camp on PubMed