Daniel Garros

Daniel Garros, MD, FRCPC, is a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Critical Care, and Clinical Professor with the John Dossetor Health Ethics Centre at the University of Alberta. Daniel has been a staff pediatric intensivist for more than 20 years at the Stollery Children’s hospital; he is responsible for the PICU data base and co-leads the Quality & Safety council. His research interests are Moral Distress, End-of-life care and Supporting health care professionals, Palliative Care. He has volunteered around South America helping to support pediatric cardiac surgery programs. Daniel is a member of the UofA/Stollery/Maz bioethics committee since 2018. His background includes Bioethics at Georgetown University and Critical Incident Stress Management training.

Selected Publications

Garros, D. (2019). Cookies with Barbara. CMAJ Dec 16, 2019 191 (50) E1385-E1386; DOI: https://doi.org/10.1503/cmaj.190464

Letter to the Editor (JAMA) Re article: Effect of flexible family visitation on delirium among patients in the intensive care unit: the ICU Visits randomized clinical trial. JAMA 2019;322(19):1924.

Dryden-Palmer, K., Garros, D., Meyer, E. C., Farrell, C., & Parshuram, C. S. (August 2018). Care for Dying Children and Their Families in the PICU: Promoting Clinician Education, Support, and Resilience. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.19(8S):S79-S85.

Brindley, P. G., Douma, M. J., Beed, M., & Garros, D. (2018). Comparing the socioeconomic status of critical care doctors and patients. Can J Anesth/J Can Anesth; 65:333–334.

Garros, D. (August 29, 2016). Moral Distress in the Everyday Life of an Intensivist. Front. Pediatr. |http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fped.2016.00091

Wall, S., Austin, W. J., & Garros, D. (2016). Organizational Influences on Health Professionals’ Experiences of Moral Distress in PICUs. HEC Forum; 28:53–67. DOI 10.1007/s10730-015-9266-8.

Garros, D., Austin, W., & Carnevalle, F. A. (2015). Moral Distress in Pediatric Intensive Care (Viewpoint). JAMA Pediatr.; 169(10):885-886.