Angele Landriault

Angele Landriault
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada · Practice, Performance and Innovation unit

BScN, MA (Ed)

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Publications (15)
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Background: Decisions about organ donation are stressful for family members of potential organ donors. We sought to comprehensively explore the donation process from interviews conducted with family members of patients admitted to pediatric and adult intensive care units in Canada. Methods: We conducted a qualitative study using semistructured,...
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During rotations, post-graduate medical residents must learn about interprofessional teamwork and collaboration. Our study examined the role of non-physician healthcare team members in such education, from the perspectives of both residents and team members themselves. Methods: This qualitative study took place in the intensive care unit (ICU) of...
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Purpose This article shares our experience developing an integrated curriculum for the ACES (Acute Critical Event Simulation) program. The purpose of the ACES program is to ensure that health care providers develop proficiency in the early management of critically ill patients. The program includes multiple different types of educational interventi...
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Introduction In a patient-centred and family-centred approach to organ donation, compassion is paramount. Recent guidelines have called for more research, interventions and approaches aimed at improving and supporting the families of critically ill patients. The objective of this study is to help translate patient-centred and family-centred care in...
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Background: The demand for solid organ transplantation has spurred countries around the world to search for innovative policies and practices to increase the supply of organs. Spain has become a global reference point for organ donation with the highest transplantation rates. In Ontario, Canada the Ontario Trillium Gift of Life (TGLN) has sought t...
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Objective To better understand the potential of a needs assessment approach using qualitative data from manikin-based and virtual patient simulation debriefing sessions compared with traditional data collection methods (ie, focus groups and interviews). Design Original data from simulation debrief sessions was compared and contrasted with data fro...
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Background: Organ donation research has centered on improving donation rates rather than focusing on the experience and impact on substitute decision makers. The purpose of this study was to document donor and nondonor family experiences, as well as lasting impacts of donation. Methods: We used a qualitative exploratory design. Semistructured in...
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Introduction Evaluation capacity building (ECB) is a topic of great interest to many organizations as they face increasing demands for accountability and evidence-based practices. ECB is about building the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of organizational members, the sustainability of rigorous evaluative practices, and providing the resources and...
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Objectives Conceptual clarity on physician volunteer engagement is lacking in the medical literature. The aim of this study was to present a conceptual framework to describe the elements which influence physician volunteer engagement and to explore volunteer engagement within a national educational programme. Setting The context for this study was...
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Aim: There is a paucity of data on the provision of palliative care in the critical care settings of smaller community hospitals. This study aimed to identify the gaps that affect the provision of palliative care in a community critical care setting. Setting: The study was set in a 10-bed, open intensive care unit and emergency department at a c...
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To design and implement a needs assessment process that identifies gaps in caring for critically ill patients in a community hospital. This mixed-method study was conducted between June 2011 and February 2012. A conceptual framework, centered on the critically ill patient, guided the design and selection of the data collection instruments. Differen...

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