Assistant Professor
BC Children’s Hospital
4480 Oak Street, Office B429
Vancouver, BC V6H 3V4
work phone: 6048753691

Quynh Doan is an emergency pediatrician practicing at BC Children’s Hospital. She graduated from McGill medical school and completed her pediatric residency at UBC. After working as a community pediatrician for 2 years, she pursued studies in the Masters of Health Sciences program at UBC and then completed her subspecialty training in pediatric emergency medicine. She recently completed her studies in the PhD program at the UBC School of Population and Public Health. Her thesis consisted of studies examining various aspects surrounding the integration of Physician Assistants to Canadian pediatric emergency departments as a mean to address Emergency Department congestion.

Her research program is now comprised of projects evaluating pediatric emergency department patterns of use, the quality of the care provided and the efficiency of our service delivery. She aims to answer questions pertaining to the population’s need for pediatric emergency care, how well our healthcare system is equipped to meet this need, and how can we maintain or improve the quality and value of the care provided to children and families seeking help in emergency settings.

Unit Affiliations
Department of Pediatrics, Division of Emergency Medicine

Canadian Pediatric Society first prize Fellow research award 2008 Society for Pediatric Research Clinical Fellow Research Award 2008 Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program, Doctoral Award 2009-2012 Michael Smith Foundation for health research Scholars Award 2014

Karen Muller MHA 2014

1. Doan Q, Kissoon N, Dobson S, Whitehouse S, Cochrane D, Schmidt B, Thomas E. A randomized, controlled trial of the impact of early and rapid diagnosis of viral infections in children brought to an emergency department with febrile respiratory tract illnesses. J Pediatr. 2009 Jan;154(1):91-5. FA
2. Doan Q, Enarson P, Kissoon N, Klassen TP, Johnson DW. Rapid viral diagnosis for acute febrile respiratory illness in children in the Emergency Department. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2009 Oct 7;(4):CD006452. FA
3. Doan Q, Koehoorn M, Kissoon N. Body mass index and the risk of acute injury in adolescents. Paediatr Child Health. 2010 Jul;15(6):351-6. FA
4. Doan Q, Chan M, Leung V, Lee E, Kissoon N. The impact of an oral rehydration clinical pathway in a paediatric emergency department. Paediatr Child Health. 2010 Oct;15(8):503-7. FA
5. Li Z, Doan Q, Dobson S. Determinants of influenza immunization uptake in Canadian youths. Vaccine. 2010 Apr 26;28(19):3462-6. FA
6. Doan Q, Sabhaney V, Kissoon N, Sheps S, Singer J. A systematic review: The role and impact of the physician assistant in the emergency department. Emerg Med Australas. 2011 Feb;23(1):7-15. FA
7. Freedman SB, Gouin S, Bhatt M, Black KJ, Johnson D, Guimont C, Joubert G, Porter R, Doan Q, van Wylick R, Schuh S, Atenafu E, Eltorky M, Cho D, Plint A; Pediatric Emergency Research Canada (PERC). Prospective assessment of practice pattern variations in the treatment of pediatric gastroenteritis. Pediatrics. 2011 Feb;127(2):e287-95. CA
8. Doan Q, Shefrin A, Johnson D. Cost-effectiveness of metered-dose inhalers for asthma exacerbations in the pediatric emergency department. Pediatrics. 2011 May;127(5):e1105-11. FA
9. Bishop JMS, Ansermino JM, Milner RA, Doan Q. Propofol and ketamine in combination versus ketamine or propofol alone for procedural sedation in children outside of the operating room (Protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2012 May, Issue 5. SA
10. Bretholz A, Doan Q, Cheng A, Lauder G. A presurvey and postsurvey of a web- and simulation-based course of ultrasound-guided nerve blocks for pediatric emergency medicine. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2012 Jun;28(6):506-9. CA
11. Gravel J, Fitzpatrick E, Gouin S, Millar K, Curtis S, Joubert G, Boutis K, Guimont C, Goldman RD, Dubrovsky SA, Porter R, Beer D, Doan Q, Osmond MH. The canadian triage and acuity scale for children: a prospective multicenter evaluation. Annals Emerg. Med. Ann Emerg Med. 2012 Jul;60(1):71-77.e3. CA
12. Doan Q, V. Sabhaney, N.Kissoon, Johnson D, S. Sheps, J.Singer. The role of Physician Assistants in a pediatric Emergency Department. A center review and survey. Pediatric emergency Care. 2012 Aug; 28(8): 783-788. FA
13. Doan Q, R. S. Hooker, H.Wong, S. Sheps, N. Kissoon, J.Singer, and D.Johnson. Canadians’ Willingness to Receive Care by Physician Assistants. Canadian Family Physician. 2012 Aug; 58(8):e459-466. FA
14. Dobson I, Doan Q, Hung GR. A systematic review of patient tracking technologies in pediatrics and pediatric emergency medicine. J Emerg Med. 2013 Jan;44(1):242-8. CA
15. Campbell J, AQahtani A, McRae L, Kissoon, N, Doan, Q. Body Mass Index and the Odds of Acute Injury in Children. Pediatrics Emergency Care 2013; 29(1):21-25. SA
16. Hung G, Doan Q. Assessment of the reliability of active radiofrequency identification technology for patient tracking in the pediatric emergency department. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2013 Feb;29(2):162-4. CA
17. Doan Q, Piteau S, Sheps S, Singer J, Wong H, Johnson D, and Kissoon N. The Role of Physician Assistants in Pediatric Emergency Medicine: The Physician’s View. CJEM. Nov 2013;15(6):321-329 FA
18. Doan Q, Sheps S, Kissoon N, Wong H, Singer J, and Johnson D. Parents’ willingness to receive care by Physician Assistants in a Pediatric Emergency Department. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. CJEM. Nov 2013;15(6):330-336 FA
19. Genuis E and Doan Q. The impact of junior trainees on patient flow in a pediatric emergency department: a discrete event simulation model. Academic Emergency Medicine. Nov 2013; 20 (11):1112–1120 SA
20. Tripathi R, Doan Q, Sabhaney V. Boutis K. Accuracy of the Weight-for-age Index in Identifying Obese Children in the Emergency Setting. April 2014 Journal of Research in Obesity. 2014, Article ID 558641 CA
21. Doan Q,Genuis E, and Yu A. Trends in in use in a Canadian pediatric emergency department. CJEM. Nov 2013;15(0):1-6. FA
22. Kwan C, Doan Q, Oliveria JP, Ouyang M, Howard A, Boutis K. Do Obese Children Suffer More Severe Fractures than Non-Obese Children?: A Cross-sectional Study from a Paediatric Emergency Department.. May 2014. Pediatrics and Child Health:19 (5): 251-255 CA
23. Doan Q, Shechter S, Wong H, Sheps S, Kissoon N, Singer J, and Johnson D. Forecasting the effect of physician assistants in a pediatric ED. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants: Aug 2014. 27(8):35-41.
24. Smith V, Grafstein E, Mustafa M, Doan Q Factors influencing the decision to attend a Pediatric emergency department for non-emergent complaints. PEC Accepted April 2014. SA
25. Sabhaney V, Boutis K, Yang G, Barra L, Tripathi R, Tran K, Doan Q Acute Bone Fractures in Children: Is There an Association with Obesity? Aug 2014. JPEDS; 165(2)313-8. SA

• Etiologies and Outcomes of Pediatric Falls: Are Monkey Bars Bad News? (Manuscript drafting)
• Root causes to return visits to a pediatric emergency department. (Data collection)
• General Emergency department overcrowding: What about the kids? (Data validation)
• Emergency Department pediatric utilization following a first visit: A comprehensive assessment. (Data validation)
• Pediatric visits to community emergency departments: outcomes from referrals and unscheduled return visits to a pediatric center. (Data analyses)
• Pediatric emergency department unscheduled return visits: A regional assessment. (Data validation)
• Pediatric emergency department overcrowding: How busy is too busy? (Operating grant submission)
• Impact of nurse practitioners on patient flow in a Canadian pediatric emergency department (Manuscript drafting)