Critical Care

Pain, Agitation, & Delirium

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Pain, Agitation, & Delirium

In 2013, together with the BC Ministry of Health, we hosted a BC Critical Care Quality Day which was attended by Intensive Care Unit (ICU) clinicians and administrative leaders from around the province. This meeting identified the effective prevention and management of pain, agitation and delirium as one of the most pressing concerns for the critical care community. Early mobilization was also identified as a priority area for improvement.

Pain, Agitation & Delirium Resources

Access webinars, driver diagrams, and other resources we’ve produced about PAD in our Critical Care resources section.

Posters and pamphlets with information about PAD are available in four languages.

Access PAD Resources

Key Contact

Andrea Wnuk
Leader, Analytics and Strategic Initiatives