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Patrick  Archambault
Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis

Patrick Archambault

Canadian Community ICU Research Network (CCIRNet)

Patrick Archambault is a Canadian emergency physician, critical care specialist, and clinical epidemiologist. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada (FRCPC) certified in Emergency Medicine (2005, Université Laval (UL)) and Critical Care Medicine (2007, University of Ottawa). He obtained a masters in clinical epidemiology in the FRCPC Clinician Investigator Program at UL (2007). He completed a Canadian Health Services Research Foundation fellowship (2008-2010) in knowledge translation in the area of trauma care. After completing a four-year Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS) funded Junior 1 Clinical Scholar research program (2012-2016) and a four-year Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Embedded Clinician Scientist funded research program (2016-2020), he is now leading a four-year FRQS funded Senior Clinical Scholar research program (2020-2024).

His career as an embedded clinician scientist and professor at UL in the Department of Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine is now dedicated to knowledge translation research, supporting the implementation of a learning healthcare system and training a new cadre of clinicians, students and decision makers that will support knowledge generation and sustainable healthcare improvement. He works as a clinician-scientist in the ED and ICU of the Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis in the Province of Québec. He has built an integrated research team that works in collaboration with patient partners, hospital administrators, provincial policy makers and fellow clinicians in leading multiple different clinical trials and implementation science research projects.