Dr. Khadaroo Research
Elder-Friendly Approaches to the Surgical Environment
The Elder-Friendly Approaches to the Surgical Environment (EASE) Study is assessing innovative ways to optimize care delivery in elders undergoing acute care surgery
Biological samples to Identify patient characteristics and Optimize care
Basic science research examining the role of oncostatin M receptor (OSMR) deficiency in a model of sepsis using old mice
Dr. Khadaroo receives a PRIHS grant for the Implementation and Assessment of the the elder-friendly BEdside reconditioning for Functional ImprovemenTs (BE FIT) following Surgery Study
Read about our how Dr. Khadaroo and Stephanie Pileci`s video series have had an impact on educating health-care professionals in the latest featured article.
Read the Impact of frailty on outcomes after discharge in older surgical patients: a prospective cohort study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal along with Dr. Khadaroo`s recent publications.
Read about how delayed mobilization can contribute to outcomes after discharge
Read about Predictors of Post-operative Delirium in the Canadian Journal of Surgery
About Dr. Rachel Khadaroo
Dr. Rachel Khadaroo ,MD, PhD, FRCSC, FACS, is a Surgeon-scientist, Intensivist, and Associate Professor of Surgery in the Department of Surgery and Critical Care Medicine (University of Alberta). Dr. Khadaroo's research aims to understand factors present at the patient and biological level to optimize perioperative care and improve outcomes in surgical patients.
Dr. Khadaroo's and medical student, Stephanie Pillieci's 2017 video series in partnership with the Surgical Infection Society has been helping introduce medical students and nursing students learn about sterile techniques in the operating room.