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Contact Information

Christian Vaillancourt, MD, MSc, FRCPC, CSPQ
613-798-5555 Ext. 17012
cvaillancourt@ohri.ca

Senior Clinical Research Associate:
Manya Charette
Tel: 613-798-5555
Ext. 17758
mancharette@ohri.ca

Funding

July 2015 
LIFETIME FUNDING
 -Total peer-reviewed funding received……………………………   $43,588,071.94                  
As Principal Investigator………………………………...........................$4,915,205.24
 -Total non-peer-reviewed funding received……………....……………...$86,800.00                  
As Principal Investigator…………………………………….........................$46,800.00  
 
Peer-reviewed external research funding  
Support Period
Title
Organization
Principal Investigator
Total Amount

2015-2018
A Pragmatic Strategy Empowering Paramedics to Assess Low-Risk Trauma Patients with the Canadian C-Spine Rule and Selectively Transport them Without Immobilization  
Ontario SPOR Support Unit (OSSU) IMPACT Award – Gov. of Ontario and CIHR
C. Vaillancourt
$1,456,990.00

2015
Preparation grant for invited submission: A Pragmatic Strategy Empowering Paramedics to Assess Low-Risk Trauma Patients with the Canadian C-Spine Rule and Selectively Transport them Without Immobilization  
Ontario SPOR Support Unit (OSSU) IMPACT Award – Gov. of Ontario and CIHR
C. Vaillancourt
$14,109.00

2015-2016
Innovative Use of AEDs by Nurses and Respiratory Therapists During In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest  
TOHAMO
C.Vaillancourt
$98,343.10

2015-2020
Canadian Arrhythmia Network (CANet) for syncope, atrial fibrillation, and sudden death Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Canadian Institutes of Health Research  
A. Tang B. Sheldon G.A. Wells
Co-investigator C. Vaillancourt
$26,262,024.00  

2015-2017
The utility of ECG characteristics as prognostic markers in pulseless electrical activity arrests: a retrospective observational cohort study – Resident project funds for Mike Ho  
Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians
Mike Ho
Supervisors: C. Vaillancourt M. Gatien
$5,000.00

2014-2018
Utilization of Quantitative ECG Measures During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation  
U.S. National Institutes of Health (Ancillary RO1)
J. Menegazzi
Co-investigator C. Vaillancourt
$1,791,947.00 (amount in US$)

2014-2015
Innovative use of AEDs by nurses and respiratory therapists during in-hospital cardiac arrest. – Summer Student Award for Justin Godbout  
The Mach-Gaensslen Foundation of Canada  
C. Vaillancourt
$5,000.00$

2013-2014
Innovative use of AEDs by nurses and respiratory therapists during in-hospital cardiac arrest. – Summer Student Award for Hannah Buhariwalla  
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario  
C. Vaillancourt
$5,000.00

2013-2014
Innovative use of AEDs by nurses and respiratory therapists during in-hospital cardiac arrest. – Summer Student Award for Hannah Buhariwalla  
(Government of) Canada Summer Jobs  
C. Vaillancourt
$2,780.00

2012-2013
A Prospective Evaluation of the Safety and Effectiveness of a Provincial Trauma Bypass Protocol for Adult Major Trauma Patients in Eastern Ontario  
Northern Ontario Academic Health Science Centers Funding Plan
C. Evans
Co-investigator C. Vaillancourt
$92,000.00

2012-2015
Improving the Cardiac Arrest Diagnostic Accuracy of 9-1-1 Emergency Medical Dispatchers
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario
C. Vaillancourt
$272,978.00

2011-2012
Catalysis of new initiatives and collaborations to improve community bystander CPR rates  
Canadian Institutes of Health Research, KT Canada
C. Vaillancourt
$30,000.00

2010-2014
Evaluation of the Safety of C-Spine Clearance by Paramedics
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
C. Vaillancourt
$424,138.00

2010-2015
Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium (ROC) Renewal Initiative
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
PI: I. Stiell
Co-investigator  C. Vaillancourt
$1,000,000.00

2010-2015
Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium (ROC) Renewal Initiative
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
PI: I. Stiell
Co-investigator  C. Vaillancourt
$1,500,000.00

2010-2015
Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium (ROC) Regional Clinical Center - Ottawa-OPALS-BC U.S.
National Institutes of Health (Funding renewed)
PI: I. Stiell
Co-investigator  C. Vaillancourt
$1,657,800.00 (amount in US$)

2010-2011
Improving the Safety of Patients who Present to The Emergency Department With Respiratory Distress: An Analysis of Adverse Events  
The Physicians’ Services Incorporated Foundation
PI: L. Calder  
Co-investigator  C. Vaillancourt
$39,835.00

2008-2014
Knowledge Translation Canada: A CIHR Strategic Training Initiative in Health Research Canadian Institutes of Health Research
PI: S. Straus   J. Grimshaw
Co-investigator C. Vaillancourt  
$1,778,626.00

2008-2010
A Survey of Factors Associated with the Successful Recognition of Agonal Breathing and Cardiac Arrest by 9-1-1 Call Takers
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario  
C. Vaillancourt
$49,000.00

2007-2010
 Effectiveness of Dispatch-Assisted CPR Instructions: An Evaluation of 9-1-1 Calls
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
C. Vaillancourt
$378,517.00

2007-2010
Effectiveness of Dispatch-Assisted CPR Instructions: An Evaluation of 9-1-1 Calls (Award declined in favor of CIHR funding)
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
C. Vaillancourt
($340,565.00) Award declined

2007-2009
A Survey of Attitudes and Factors Associated with Successful CPR Knowledge Transfer in an Older Population Most Likely to Witness Cardiac Arrest
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, partnership with CIHR
C. Vaillancourt
$98,269.00

2005-2007
The Ontario Cardiac Arrest Registry: an integrated data system measuring and improving out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and other critically ill patient outcomes.
Canada Foundation for Innovation
C. Vaillancourt
$196,000.00

2005-2009
Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium Epistry Study
Canadian Institutes of Health Science
PI: I. Stiell  
Co-investigator  C. Vaillancourt
$999,999.00

2004-2009
Proposal to Create a Canadian Collaborative Regional Clinical Center within the Resuscitation Research Consortium
U.S. National Institutes of Health
PI: I. Stiell  
Co-investigator  C. Vaillancourt
$3,350,335.33

2003-2005
The Prehospital Validation of the Canadian C-Spine Rule by Paramedics.
The Physicians’ Services Incorporated Foundation
C. Vaillancourt
$162,000.00

2003-2004
The Prehospital Validation of the Canadian C-Spine Rule by Paramedics.
Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
C. Vaillancourt
$58,207.62 2

2002-2003
Understanding and improving low bystander CPR rates: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the literature.
Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians
C. Vaillancourt
$1,235.00

2000-2002 Research Fellowship
Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care – Emergency Health Services Branch
C. Vaillancourt
$60,000.00