Christiane Corriveau, MD Critical Care Specialist

Bio

Biography

Christiane Corriveau, MD, is a pediatric intensive care physician at Children's National Health System. She is originally from Boston, MA, and has been a doctor at Children's National since 1993. Dr. Corriveau's interests include medical education and faculty development. She is on the board of directors of the Washington Regional Transplant Consortium.

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News

Research & Publications

Research & Publications

Absolute and Relative Adrenal Insufficiency in Children with Septic Shock

(2005) The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Evidence Based Journal Club

Academy of Human Resources Proceedings

(2006) The Effect of Organizational Sub-Culture on the Transfer of Patient care.

Adrenal Disorders

(2006) Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Meeting

(1998) Socioeconomic Factors and Emergency PICU (Pediatric Intensive Care unit) Admission

Improving Access to Intensive Care Is Insurance the problem

(2006) The Journal of Critical Care Medicine

Strategic Learning Linking Resident Training to Outcomes for Patients

(2005) The Journal of Critical Care Medicine

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