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Terry Klassen MD, MSc, FRCPC

Dr. Klassen is the Academic Director for the Centre for Healthcare Innovation. He received his medical degree from the University of Manitoba, and his MSc in Clinical Epidemiology from McMaster University. In addition to being the CEO & Scientific Director of the Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba, he is also Head of the Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, University of Manitoba and Medical Director, Child Health Program, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.

Twitter:  @tpklassen
Linkedin: http://ca.linkedin.com/pub/terry-klassen/43/560/130

Contact Information

Name: Terry Klassen MD, MSc, FRCPC
Title: Academic Director, CHI
E-mail: tklassen@chrim.ca
Degree: MD, MSc, FRCPC
Phone: 204.789.3754
Fax: 204.789.3915

Publications

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Health communication, 2017,

Creation of an Integrated Knowledge Translation Process to Improve Pediatric Emergency Care in Canada.

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More publications

Implementation science in pediatric health care: advances and opportunities.
PMID: 25706238

Bronchodilator and steroid use for the management of bronchiolitis in Canadian pediatric emergency departments.
PMID: 24804693

The current state of mental health services in Canada's paediatric emergency departments.
PMID: 24421661

A randomized controlled trial of storytelling as a communication tool.
PMID: 24204974

Nebulized epinephrine for croup in children.
PMID: 24114291

Predictors of severe H1N1 infection in children presenting within Pediatric Emergency Research Networks (PERN): retrospective case-control study.
PMID: 23940290

The mission of StaR Child Health is to improve the quality of the design, conduct, and reporting of pediatric clinical research by promoting the use of modern research standards. Introduction
PMID: 22661755

StaR Child Health: developing evidence-based guidance for the design, conduct, and reporting of pediatric trials.
PMID: 21993427

Decrease in antibiotic use among children in the 1990s: not all antibiotics, not all children
PMID: 15262881