Our Collaborators

Tom Noseworthy 

 

Tom Noseworthy – Calgary, Alberta.  Dr. Noseworthy is a retired critical care physician and a Professor of Health Policy and Management, Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary.  He served as Vice-President, Medical Services and CEO of the Royal Alexandra Hospitals. Dr Noseworthy was named by the Governor General as a Member of the Order of Canada for contributions to health policy and Medicare.

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 Sharon Straus

 

Sharon Straus – Toronto, Ontario.  Dr. Straus is Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto; Scientist, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute at St. Michael’s Hospital; Director of Knowledge Translation, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute; and Division Director for Geriatric Medicine at the University of Toronto.  


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Mark Asbridge – Halifax, Nova Scotia.  Dr. Asbridge is a faculty member at Dalhousie University. His research expertise is in injury prevention, emergency medicine, addictions and public policy.

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 Chad Ball

 

Chad Ball – Calgary, Alberta.  Dr. Ball is Fellowship trained in Trauma, Critical Care and Hepatobiliary surgery.  His regional expertise is in thoracic and vascular trauma, abdominal wall reconstruction, and acute care surgery.

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 Peter Cameron

 

Peter Cameron –Melbourne, Australia.  Professor Cameron is Head of the Critical Care Division; Academic Director of the Emergency and Trauma Centre, The Alfred Hospital, Head of the Victorian State Trauma Registry and Associate Director of the National Trauma Research Institute.

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 Dianne Dyer

 

Dianne Dyer – Calgary, Alberta.  Ms. Dyer is a consultant with Alberta Health Services focusing on Health Quality Council related initiatives, accreditation support and addressing various clinical & management challenges; an active member of the Trauma Association of Canada (TAC) as a national trauma system accreditor; a trauma researcher and co-Chair of the TAC International Issues/Disaster Committee.

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 Claire Marie Fortin

 

Claire Marie Fortin – Toronto, Ontario. Ms. Fortin is manager of Clinical Registries at CIHI, including the National Trauma Registry and the Ontario Trauma Registry and a faculty member of the School of Occupational and Environmental Health, School of Public Health, University of Toronto.

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 Louis Francescutti

 

Louis Francescutti – Edmonton, Alberta. Dr. Francescutti is the 41st President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.  He is Professor of medicine, University of Alberta and public safety advocate.

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 Ken Jaffe

 

Ken Jaffe – Seattle, Washington. Dr. Jaffe is Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine, and Adjunct Professor of Pediatrics and Neurological Surgery at the University of Washington School of Medicine. He is the immediate past editor-in-chief of the Archives of Rehabilitation Medicine, current Pediatric Section Editor and directs the inpatient rehabilitation consultation service at Harborview Medical Center.

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 Andrew Kirkpatrick

 

Andrew Kirkpatrick – Calgary, Alberta.  Dr. Kirkpatrick is Professor of Surgery and Critical Care Medicine, University of Calgary, and Medical Director of Regional Trauma Services for the Calgary zone. He is the Past President of the Trauma Association of Canada; executive member of the Canadian Emergency Ultrasound Society, the World Society of the Abdominal Compartment Syndrome and the World International Network Focused on Critical Ultrasound.

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 Karen Kmetik

 

Karen Kmetik – Chicago, Illinois.  Dr. Kmetik is Adjunct Assistant Professor, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University; Vice President of Performance Improvement, American Medical Association (AMA) and the AMA-convened Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement (PCPI); Co-chair ONC HIT Standards Committee Clinical Quality Work group.

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 John Kortbeek

 

John Kortbeek – Calgary, Alberta.  Dr. Kortbeek is Professor and Head of the University of Calgary & Alberta Health Services – Calgary Zone, Departments of Surgery.   He is a specialist in General Surgery & Critical Care Medicine. He serves as the International Chair for the ATLS Subcommittee.  

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 Lynne Moore

 

Lynne Moore – Quebec City, Quebec. Dr. Moore is Assistant Professor epidemiology/biostatistics at Laval University.  Her research expertise is in prognostic modeling, risk adjustment, and methods for handling missing data.

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 Avery Nathens

 

Avery Nathens – Toronto, Ontario. Dr. Nathens is Canada Research Chair in Systems of Trauma Care; Professor of Surgery, University of Toronto; Division Head General Surgery and Director of Trauma at St. Michael's Hospital. He chairs the National Trauma Databank Sub-Committee, the committee overseeing the Trauma Quality Improvement Program and an active member of both the Provincial Trauma Network and National Trauma Registry Advisory Committee.

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 Nick Pham

 

Nick Pham – Toronto, Ontario.  Dr. Pham is a faculty member, Division of Neurosurgery, Department of Surgery, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, University of Toronto.  Clinical research expertise in Traumatic Brian Injury, Neurotrauma, and development of Neurocritical Care Service, protocol based treatments, and multimodal neuromonitoring for traumatic brain injury.

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 Fred Rivara

 

Fred Rivara – Seattle, Washington.  Dr. Rivara is the Seattle Children's Guild Endowed Chair in Pediatrics; Professor of Pediatrics and adjunct Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Washington; Chief of the Division of General Pediatrics;  vice chair of the Department of Pediatrics in the School of Medicine and editor-in-chief, Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.


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 Bryan Singleton

 

Bryan Singleton – Edmonton, Alberta.  Mr. Singleton is a paramedic with over 25 years experience who is currently seconded to the Government of Alberta Ministry of Health and Wellness as the senior manager for emergency health services.  He has extensive administrative experience in system performance and quality improvement for municipal and provincial systems.

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 Marc Swiontkowski

 

Marc Swiontkowski – Bloomington, Minnesota. Dr. Swiontkowski is the CEO of TRIA Orthopaedic Center, University of Minnesota; past president of the Orthopaedic Trauma Association and the American Orthopaedic Association; Deputy Editor for the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery.

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 John Tallon

 

John Tallon – Halifax, Nova Scotia. Dr. Tallon is Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Surgery at Dalhousie University in Halifax.  He is an emergency physician; Accreditation Canada Surveyor; President of the Trauma Association of Canada; Director of the Province of Nova Scotia’s trauma program and director of the Queen Elizabeth II’s trauma services. He is a Medical Advisory Physician Member and has a special research and clinical interest in injury control and trauma systems.

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 Andrew Travers

 

Andrew Travers – Halifax, Nova Scotia.  Dr. Travers is Assistant Professor and attending medical staff in the Dalhousie Department of Emergency Medicine.  He is the Provincial Medical Director for Emergency Health Services Nova Scotia.  His expertise includes implementing a research platform within large urban municipal EMS systems by linking multiple stakeholders together.

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 David Zygun

 

David Zygun – Calgary, Alberta. Dr Zygun is Associate Professor of Critical Care Medicine and a neurointensivist. Dr Zygun is a member of the Canadian Neurocritical Care Society (co-chair); Canadian Critical Care Society; Neurocritical Care Society and the Calgary Brain Injury Strategy. He is leading the development of an academic neurocritical care program at the University of Calgary.

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