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McGill University Health Centre

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Montreal

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Yoanna Skrobik

Dr. Yoanna Skrobik is an internist and intensivist McGill University Health Centre.

Yoanna Skrobik MD, FRCP(c), MSc (pharmacology) is an internist and intensivist. Her expertise includes analgesia, sedation and delirium. She studies preventive and therapeutic interventions related to drug use, specifically analgesics and sedatives, and their relationship to cognition. She is interested in clinical practice evaluation and communication, specifically as it relates to the reliability and variability of interdisciplinary clinical evaluations.
Her current research integrates pharmacological exposure, a modifiable element in the trajectory of care, and the consideration of confounders such as frailty, acute illness determinants, and rehabilitation, within a framework of patient centered outcomes.
She co-authored the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 2013 guidelines for the management of Pain, Anxiety, and Delirium in intensive care, the SCCM’s 2017 Guidelines for Family-Centered Care in the Neonatal, Pediatric and Adult Intensive Care Unit, and recently completed the Pain, Agitation, Delirium, Immobility and Sleep SCCM guidelines as Committee Vice Chair.