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Lisa Kenny

Medicine
M.D. Memorial, MED, FRCPC

Assistant Professor of Medicine - (Critical Care/Neuro-Critical Care)

Dept. of Critical Care, HSC 
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Lisa.kenny@med.mun.ca

What brought me to MUN? What keeps me at MUN?

After completing my critical care fellowship and Masters of Education, I secured an academic position at University Health Network/University of Toronto. When a position opened up at Eastern Health I jumped at the opportunity to transfer to MUN. Memorial affords a balanced combination of clinical and academic prospects.

Education:

2005 - 2008                          MEd, Curriculum Studies and Teacher Development, OISE/UT, University of Toronto,        
                                             Toronto, Ontario, Canada

1997-2001                            MD, Valedictorian, Dept. of Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's
                                             Newfoundland and Labrador Canada

1994 - 1995                          BEd, Secondary Education, Dean’s List, Education, Memorial University of                                                                                              Newfoundland, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

1989 - 1994                          BSc, Biochemistry, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Newfoundland                                                                                and Labrador Canada 

Training:

2011 Dec                              Subspecialty Certification, Neurocritical Care, United Council for                                                                                                               Neurologic Subspecialties, St Paul, Minnesota, United States,                                                                                                                   NNC00632-11

2004 Jul 1 - 2006 Jun 30      Postgraduate Subspecialty Training, Adult Critical Care Medicine, Dept. of                                                                                               Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

2001 Jul 1 - 2004 Jun 30      Internal Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Research/Teaching Summary:

UGME Phase 2 Lead


Publications:

 
1.      Downar J, Delaney JW, Hawryluck L, Kenny LP. Guidelines for the withdrawal of life-sustaining measures. Intensive                            Care Medicine. Online First ™ - April , 2016

2.      Rose L, Kenny LP, Taite G. Ventilator settings and monitoring parameters for initiation of continuous mechanical                                  ventilation: A questionnaire study. Journal of Critical Care. 2014: 29: 123-127.

3.      Goligher EC, Ferguson ND, Kenny LP. Core competency in mechanical ventilation: Development of educational                                  objectives using the Delphi technique. Critical Care Medicine. 2012: 40: 2828–2832.

4.      Cherfan AJ, Arabi YM, Al-Dorzi HM, Kenny LP. Advantages and Disadvantages of Etomidate Use for Intubation of                              Patients with Sepsis. Pharmacotherapy. 2012. 32 :399–482.

5.      Wax R, Kenny LP, Burns P. Educating providers of mechanical ventilation: an update. Current Opinion in Critical                                  Care. 2006; 12: 61-6.