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Technology and health care for the elderly medical research studies

Our mission: improve care for older Canadians living with frailty.

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Sean Bagshaw, MD, MSc, FRCPC

University of Alberta

 

Member: Scientific Review Committee

Principal Investigator:

2015 Implementation Grant -- Province-Wide Implementation of the Clinical Frailty Scale in an Electronic Medical Record System (eCritical) in Alberta (FRA 2015-B-20)

2015 Catalyst Grant Program -- Reengineering the Discharge of Elderly Patients from Intensive Care: Pre-Clinical Evaluation of a Tool Kit (CAT 2015-06)

2013 Core Research Program Grant -- Reengineering the Discharge of Elderly Patients from Intensive Care (CORE 2013-12)

2012 Core Research Program Grant -- OPTIMAL Selection for and Timing to Start Renal Replacement in Critically Ill Older Patients with Acute Kidney Injury (OPTIMAL-AKI) (CORE 2012-15)

Dr. Sean Bagshaw is a Clinician Scientist and Associate Professor of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Alberta. He trained at the University of Calgary (Internal Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, and Masters of Science Epidemiology) prior to completing a Critical Care Nephrology fellowship in the Department of Intensive Care Medicine, at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. His main research interests are the clinical, epidemiological, translational, and health services delivery issues related to acute kidney injury and extracorporeal blood purification in critically ill patients. Dr. Bagshaw’s research specifically focuses on ICU organization, capacity and rapid response systems, frailty in critical illness, and technological support for critically ill older patients. Dr. Bagshaw was also the recipient of the prestigious 2016 International Vicenza Award for Critical Care Nephrology, presented by the International Renal Research Institute of Vicenza to those who make significant contributions to this field of health care at a global scale.