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Dr. Patrick Archambault, MD, MSc, FRCPC


Tel: 418-835-7121 ext. 3905


  • Associate professor, Department of Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine
  • Clinicianresearcher, Emergency Medicine Research Unit of the Centre hospitalier affilié universitaire (CHAU) Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis, emergency medicine and anesthesia
  • Clinical Faculty Member, Department of Familiy and emergency Medicine of Université Laval
  • Emergency Medicine specialist, Department of Emergency Medicine, CHAU Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis
  • Critical Care Medicine specialist, Department of Anaesthesia, CHAU Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis


Patrick Archambault obtained his medical degree from Université Laval in 2000. He completed post-graduate training to become a member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada as an emergency medicine specialist at Université Laval in 2005. As recipient of the dean’s McLaughlin Fellowship bursary, he completed a two year subspecialization in critical care medicine at the University of Ottawa and obtained the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Canada certification in December 2007. He also completed in November 2007 a master’s degree in clinical research (emergency medicine) from Université Laval. Dr Archambault was awarded a Canadian Health Services Research Foundation CADRE postdoctoral fellowship scholarship in 2008.

Since 2008, Patrick Archambault works as an emergency and critical care physician and as a clinician-researcher at the CISSS Chaudière-Appalaches (Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis). In 2012, he obtained the FRQS Clinical Research Scholar Junior 1 Award. In June 2016, he was awarded the CIHR Embedded Clinician-Researcher Salary Award.

Research interests

  • Knowledge transfer and evidence-based medicine
  • Information technologies
  • Critical care and emergency medicine
  • Traumatic brain injuries

Research Projects

  • Supporting the creation of a LEARNing INteGrated health system to mobilize context adapted knowledge with a Wiki platform to Improve the transitions of frail Seniors from emergency Departments to the cOMmunity: the LEARNING WISDOM program
  • WikiDecision+ : Evaluation of a context-adapted wiki-based decision aid supporting critically ill patients' decisions about life-sustaining therapies
  • The Wiki-Head CT Choice Study: Adaptation of two Decision Aids for Decisions in the Emergency Department about Undergoing a Head CT for Minor TBI in children and adults and Development of a Professional Training Program
  • WikiMix Study: Mixed Methods Evaluation of WikiTrauma and the Wiki101 Professional Training Program on Interprofessional Collaboration in Trauma Care



Embedded Clinician Researcher Salary Award


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