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Queen’s CCM Program
Critical Care Medicine Subspecialty Residency program at Queen's University.
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David Messenger Jun 4
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Shannon Fernando Feb 8
We knew non-traumatic / reflected a relatively younger, healthier pop'n. Now we have some idea of the significant associated costs. New in . Thanks to our great team. @realwijdicks
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David Messenger May 1
Happy Doctors’ Day! I’m fortunate to have terrific physician colleagues , and at from whom I learn something every day. Grateful for their amazing contributions to patient care, education and research at , in and .
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Queen’s CCM Program Apr 28
Team representing at a very cold Trauma 10k race today! Proud to support the Trauma Program at !
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Randy Wax Apr 9
Very grateful to be a member of the faculty. I’ve learned a lot from my medical educator colleagues, our trainees, and the patients/families we serve. Thanks for the award, !
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Randy Wax Apr 8
. Critical Care doc & . grad Dr Hassan Masri part of response to crash.
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David Messenger Mar 22
As part of this year's RJ Brison Research Day, we are pleased to welcome visiting professor Dr. Jeroen van Merrienboer from Maastricht University. He will be giving a public lecture on "Intro to Cognitive Load Theory in Med Ed" on Mar 28th at 2pm, School of Med Rm 123A
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David Messenger Mar 20
A great piece featuring colleagues and Yoanna Skrobik. Thanks for the work you’re doing! Delirium 'a dreaded scourge' underdiagnosed in hospitals
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KingstonHSC Mar 14
KHSC team releases first-ever study showing low oxygen levels as a risk factor for developing delirium
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J Gordon Boyd Mar 14
Hey , some fine looking fellows supporting
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CCCS Mar 12
Submit your nomination for the 2018 Dr. Frank S. Rutledge Award for Excellence in Critical Care Teaching! This is an important opportunity to recognize those who have made a remarkable contribution to the future leaders of critical care in Canada. Visit !
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Queen’s CCM Program Mar 9
So pleased to report fantastic exit interview feedback from our surveyor after yesterday’s accreditation survey! An outstanding program! Congrats to our PD, Dr. Bridge, and program assistant Laura Jacques for phenomenal hard work on our program!
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CCCS Mar 7
The CIHR-ICHR/CCCS Distinguished Lecturer Award in Critical Care Sciences Call for Nominations is NOW OPEN! Submit your nomination by April 6, 2018!
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J Gordon Boyd Mar 5
I’m so pumped. is here today doing a story on our ICU follow-up clinic, with a particular focus on the impact of on long term outcome. Look for it on for March 14th
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Queen’s CCM Program Feb 15
Dr. Stephanie Sibley expounding on at today’s CCM Grand Rounds.
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Simon Finfer Feb 12
Hats mean we’re doing rounds - interrupt us for life or death issues only, we want to concentrate not make mistakes!
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KGH Research Feb 9
Dr. J. Gordon Boyd's clinical research uses non-invasive techniques, such as continuous electroencephalography and near infrared , to monitor brain function in critically ill patients.
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David Messenger Feb 8
Well done to PGY5 and fellow Stu Douglas on being nominated for the PARO resident teacher award!
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CCCS Jan 25
Available now! WITHHOLDING AND WITHDRAWING LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENT: THE CANADIAN CRITICAL CARE SOCIETY POSITION PAPER WITHHOLDING AND WITHDRAWING LIFE SUPPORT: DIFFICULT DECISIONS AROUND CARE AT THE END OF LIFE Visit the CCCS website to read!
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David Messenger Jan 18
Thanks to for a great talk tonight on Failing Better at the faculty retreat! Fantastic presentation, as always!
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