DR. TOM STELFOX

Dr. Stelfox is a Professor of Critical Care Medicine and Community Health Sciences at the University of Calgary, Senior Medical Director of Alberta Health Services’ Critical Care Strategic Clinical Network and Deputy Head for the Department of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Calgary and Alberta Health Services (Calgary Zone). He received his M.D. from the University of Alberta, Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Toronto, Ph.D. in Health Care Policy at Harvard University and Critical Care Fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital. His research program focuses on the application of health services research methods to evaluate and improve the quality of health care delivery to critically ill patients. 

Position/Title: Professor - Senior Medical Director Critical Care Strategic Clinical Network 

Institution: University of Calgary and Alberta Health Services 

Department: Critical Care Medicine and Community Health Sciences

Email: tstelfox@ucalgary.ca

Accepting Trainees: Yes

Current Lab Members: Khara Sauro (Post-Doctoral Fellow); Guosong Wu (PhD Candidate); Jamie Boyd (MSc Student); Kyla Brown (MSc Student); Chloe de Grood (MSC Student); Emma Sypes (MSc Student) 

Links to Personal Web Sites: N/A

Link to Institutional Profile: http://contacts.ucalgary.ca/info/ccm/profiles/1-4840923

Curriculum Vitae: Download

Areas of Expertise: Health Service Research, Critical Care, Patient Oriented Research, Quality of Health Care, Knowledge Translation

Names of Current Grants/Project Titles:

Sustaining evidence-based health care.

SPOR REACH Network - Guidelines and Systematic Reviews.

Improving ICU to Ward transfers of care: Evaluations of a KT Tool Kit and ICU transfer tool.

Development and Evaluation of a Family- Partnered Care Pathway for Critically Ill Older Patients

Discharging Patients Directly from the Intensive Care Unit to home

Advancing Patient-Centred Knowledge Translation Across the Care Continuum

Reengineering the Discharge of Elderly Patients from Intensive Care

Measuring the Quality of Acute Injury Care

Developing a Patient and Family Centred Approach to Measuring the Quality of Trauma Care 

Research and Innovation for Health System Quality and Safety

Reassessing Practices in the Daily Care of Critically Ill Patients: Opportunities to Identify and Close Evidence-care Gaps.

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