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3 3  Laurie is a PICU Nurse Practitioner and Clinician Scientist at the Alberta Children’s Hospital in Calgary, Alberta and Lead of the PICU’s Pain, Agitation and Delirium (PAD) Program. Laurie completed her BScN at the University of Alberta and her MN NP at the University of Toronto. She has over 20 years of experience in pediatric critical care. Laurie leads both quality improvement and research related to pain, agitation and delirium in pediatric critical care. She is passionate about ensuring all critically ill children are as comfortable as possible while receiving life saving therapy. She and her team have received awards for their pain and delirium work including the AHS President’s Excellence award, Alberta Children’s Hospital Champion award, the Health Quality Council of Alberta Patient Experience Award, and their work was instrumental in achieving a Child Kind Designation for the Alberta Children’s Hospital.
4 4  \\**Stephanie Hall**:
5 5  Stephanie is a Registered Nurse with 7 years experience in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at the Alberta Children’s Hospital. Stephanie completed her RNBN at Mount Royal University and went on to become a Certified Nurse in the Critical Care of Pediatrics with the CNA. Stephanie has been a part of the PICU PAD (Pain, Agitation and Delirium) Committee since its inception. As a “PAD Champion”, she has worked to educate bedside staff and promote exceptional care pertaining to the PAD principles. Stephanie has completed QI and Research projects around Delirium in the PICU, including work with the Provincial Delirium Initiative that led to the AHS President’s Excellence Award. She is passionate about the prevention of Delirium and has future goals for further unit wide initiatives focusing on the continuing improvement of sleep in the PICU.
6 -\\**Family Representative**: TBD! (More details forthcoming).
6 +\\**Family Representative**: Marie-Claire Shanahan (Bio to be posted soon!)