• Canadian Critical Care Trials Group
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  • Canadian Critical Care Trials Group
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  • Canadian Critical Care Trials Group
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Institution

The Ottawa Hospital (Civic Campus)

City

Chelsea

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Pierre Cardinal

Dr. Cardinal is a Professor of Medicine, University of Ottawa, and Senior Clinical Educator, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

Dr. Cardinal is a Professor of Medicine, University of Ottawa, and Senior Clinical Educator, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC).  He founded CRI Critical Care Education Network, whose goals were to improve quality of care and patient safety through educational interventions.  CRI was acquired by RCPSC where Dr Cardinal is now responsible for developing educational and clinical interventions aimed at improving patient safety and health care team performance.

Major initiatives in 2017:
Dr Cardinal co-edited a book entitled "Optimizing Crisis Resource Management in Acute Care Medicine/Practical insights and theoretical considerations in Patient Safety and High Performance".  Dr Cardinal also co-edited an e-book centred on the approach to the undifferentiated acutely ill patient “Navigating Medical Emergencies/An interactive guide to patient management”.  He is the co-principal investigator in a Canadian a project centered on the development of an organ and tissue donation competency based medical education program for Critical Care Medicine Residents across Canada in collaboration with Canadian Blood Services.