Karla Krewulak, PhD is a Research Assistant in the Department of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Calgary. She received her BSc in Molecular Genetics at the University of Albert and her PhD in biochemistry from the University of Calgary. In her current role, she coordinates Dr. Kirsten Fiest’s research on the evaluation of the feasibility, validity and acceptability of employing family administered delirium assessment tools in the critically ill.

Position/Title: Research Assistant

Institution: University of Calgary

Department: Critical Care Medicine

Email: kkrewula@ucalgary.ca


Link to Institutional Profile: N/A

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Areas of Expertise: Critical Care, Systematic Reviews and Meta Analyses, Research Coordination, Patient and Family Oriented Research, Mixed Methods

Names of Current Grants/Project Titles:

2017-2018. Delirium Assessment in the Critically Ill: A Patient and Family-Centered Approach. Canadian Institutes of Health Research & University of Calgary.

2017-2018. A Patient and Family-Centered Approach to Delirium Assessment in Critically Ill Older Adults. Late Life Issues Team & Alberta Health Services Critical Care Strategic Clinical Network.

2016-2018. Validating Screening Tools for Delirium Subtypes in the Critically Ill. Calgary Centre for Clinical Research.

2016-2017. The Epidemiology of Hypoactive Delirium in the Critically Ill. Alberta Health Services Critical Care Strategic Clinical Network.