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Dominique Piquette

Dominique Piquette

Staff Physician, Department of Critical Care Medicine, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Assistant Professor, Interdepartmental Division of Critical Care Medicine, University of Toronto
Faculty Research, The Wilson Centre

Dominique Piquette completed her medical training in internal medicine and critical care at the University of Montreal in 2005. She then undertook a research fellowship at The Wilson Centre and a Master in Education at the Ontario Institute of Sciences in Education (University of Toronto). She joined the Department of Critical Care Medicine of Sunnybrook as an intensivist in July 2007. In July 2014, she completed a PhD in medical education at the University of Toronto. Her PhD thesis addressed the multifaceted relationships between clinical supervision and learning in acute care environments.

Dominique's current research interests are primarily focused on better understanding how physicians learn in acute care contexts at the postgraduate and post-certification levels. In order to achieve this goal, she uses a range of research methodologies, including quantitative and qualitative approaches, and conducts research both in real and simulated clinical environments. She is also actively engaged in critical care curriculum development and evaluation.

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