Danielle Demiantschuk, MA is a former Senior Research Associate in the Department of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Calgary. In her current role, Danielle coordinates a national CIHR Team Grant: Late Life Issues, and participates in projects and initiatives related to patient and family centered care. Danielle knows her research contributes to the best care for critically ill patients through innovation in qualitative research and collaboration with all stakeholders.
Position/Title: Senior Research Associate
Institution: University of Calgary
Department: Critical Care Medicine
Link to Institutional Profile: N/A
Copy of Current CV: Download
Areas of Expertise: Qualitative Research; Mixed Methods, Patient and Family Oriented Care; Knowledge Translation; Critical Care
Names of Current Grants/Project Titles:
2016-2020. Late Life Issues, Development and Evaluation of a Family- Partnered Care Pathway for Critically Ill Older Patients.
Demiantschuk, Danielle and H. Tom Stelfox. “The Gap Analysis Tool for Family-Centered Care.” Critical Connections Vol. 16 No. 3 (June/July 2017): 1 and 6.