The Department of Critical Care invites applications for a full time intensivist at a clinical assistant professor level. This position will appeal to individuals with demonstrated skill and academic interest in neurocritical care.
The successful incumbent will join two fellowship trained Neuro-intensivists. The applicant is expected to assist with the development of a multidisciplinary program, including research, education and quality improvement initiatives in neurocritical care. Opportunities will include the development of a subspecialty education program in critical care, health services or clinical research (supported by a departmental platform of methodologists), and/or improving clinical use of multimodality monitoring/neuro-electrophysiology monitoring. The research component will consist of population based outcome studies, translational research projects and clinical trials. The education component will focus on the development of a curriculum for subspecialty training in Neuro ICU.
In addition to clinical time in the neurocritical care and trauma ICU at the Foothills Medical Centre, the incumbent will provide care in one or more of the other 4 multisystem intensive care units operated by the Department of Critical Care Medicine within Alberta Health Services. Neurocritical care consultation is provided to CVICU, CICU and to complex neurosciences patients elsewhere in the hospital. The applicant will be joining a dedicated group of 30+ intensivists with varied backgrounds.
Calgary is a vibrant, multicultural city (population ~1,000,000) near the Rocky Mountains, Banff National Park and Lake Louise with health care facilities serving a larger regional population of ~1.5 million people.
Fellowship Training in Critical Care Medicine and eligibility for full licensure with the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Alberta is required. Please submit a Curriculum Vitae and a statement of research interests and arrange to have three letters of reference sent directly, by October 15, 2017, to:
Dr. Andreas Kramer, Clinical Associate Professor
Critical Care Medicine, Calgary Zone
c/o Scott Banks, Department Manager
In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. The University of Calgary respects, appreciates and encourages diversity.