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Canadian healthcare provider perceptions of discharging patients directly home from the intensive care unit

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Acknowledgements

The authors thank Sylvie Donnelly and Dr. Nadia Roumeliotis for their assistance in the French language translation.

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Sehar Parvez and Ryan Donnelly were funded by a University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine Dean’s Summer Student 2020 Award. Chiraag Gupta was funded by a University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine Research Award in 2019. Eric Sy, Jonathan F. Mailman and Sandy Kassir are funded by a University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine Research Award (CoMRAD) awarded in 2019.

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This study was approved by the Saskatchewan Health Authority Research Ethics Board (REB-20-25).

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Sy, E., Parvez, S., Kassir, S. et al. Canadian healthcare provider perceptions of discharging patients directly home from the intensive care unit. Can J Anesth/J Can Anesth 68, 1840–1842 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12630-021-02107-x

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Keywords

  • patient discharge
  • intensive care units
  • critical care
  • surveys and questionnaires