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  • Canadian Critical Care Trials Group
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  • Canadian Critical Care Trials Group
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Members

Institution

Hamilton Health Sciences

City

Burlington

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Edita Hadjini

Registered nurse with a focus in critical care nursing and end of life care at Hamilton General Hospital in the Neuro-trauma ICU. Clinical instructor for the School of Nursing at McMaster University.
Certified in Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training for investigators and research team members, 2016.
Current certificate of registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario.
Critical practice orientation for critical care nursing at Hamilton Health Sciences.
Current BLS, ACLS, defibrillation and pacing certificate.
Certified in IV/IO insertion and ECG analysis and interpretation.
Advanced trainer for Safe Management Group
• Presented “End of Life Care in ICU” abstract at the Canadian Critical Care Forum, 2015.
• Presented  “End of Life Care in ICU” abstract at the Nursing Leadership Network of Ontario, 2016.
• Published “End of Life Care in ICU” poster for Canadian Critical Care Forum, 2015.
• Published “End of Life Care in ICU” poster for Nursing Leadership Network of Ontario, 2016.
• Currently involved in nursing research for quality improvement of end of life care in the ICU.
• Active member of the palliative care committee in the Neuro-trauma ICU.
• Paradigm shift: Educating for an integrated palliative approach to care lecture, 2017.
• Palliative Sedation in the ICU Webcast, 2015.
• Education in Palliative End-Of-Life-Care Oncology Workshop, 2015.
• Active member of the research committee in the Neuro-trauma ICU.
• Attended the Critical Care Trials Group conference, 2016.
Nominated for the nursing excellence award at Hamilton Health Sciences, 2016
• Experience in teaching within the Bachelor of Science Nursing Program at McMaster University as a clinical instructor.