Carrie Bernard is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University and is the Associate Program Director, Curriculum and Remediation in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto. She completed her MPH in Community Health and Epidemiology with a focus in Global Health in 2012. She has a strong interest in ethical issues as they relate to global health, and has recently become involved in research relating to end-of-life care as part of a research group investigating advanced care planning in primary care. The group holds three grants to fund the Improving General Practice Advanced Care Planning research program; Dr. Bernard is Co-PI or co-investigator on all three grants. She is a family physician in Brampton, Ontario and was the lead physician of the Queen Square Family Health Team from 2013-2015. Dr. Bernard worked in Northern Uganda with Médecins Sans Frontières in 2004-2005 and often speaks publicly for the organization. She has been a member of the Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Group since 2013.