Department of Critical Care Medicine
School of Medicine Queen's University
 

Carolyn Quyen Ngoc Tram, MD, FRCPC


Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Queen's University

Attending Critical Care Medicine Specialist, Lakeridge Health Corporation
Active Staff in Critical Care Medicine Division, Belleville General Hospital – Quinte West Health Corporation

Phone (416) 898-2736
Email carolynq.tram@mail.utoronto.ca
Base Specialties and Clinical Interests Critical Care Medicine Training:

Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

Training with additional focus and interests in

  • Care of neurosurgical patients
  • Care of trauma patients
  • Care of patients with respiratory failure, especially ECMO
  • Care of critically ill pregnant patients
Internal Medicine Training:

Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

Medical School University of Toronto, Class of 2008
Areas of Research Interests Quality and Safety
Maternal Medicine
Publications

February 2014                                   

Restrictive Lung Disease in Pregnancy
Stephen E. Lapinsky, Carolyn Tram, Sangeeta Mehta, Cynthia V.       Maxwell  Chest 2014; 145 (2): 394-398

December 7, 2009                              
Rash associated with H1N1 influenza
Morgan Rosenberg, Carolyn Q.N. Tram, Ayelet Kuper, & Nick Daneman  CMAJ published December 7, 2009 as doi:10.1503/cmaj.091678

June 16, 2005             
The effect of illustrations on patients’ comprehension of medication      instruction labels
Hwang SW, Tram CQ, Knarr N  BMC Family Practice 2005, 6:26

Presentations

October 21-24, 2012                          

Restrictive Lung Disease in Pregnancy
C. Tram, C. Maxwell, S. Lapinsky
Principal researcher and abstract poster presenter at Chest 2012 conference, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

June 2, 2006               
Assessment of barriers preventing women from taking folic acid supplements to reduce the risk of neural tube defects
Tram CQN
Principal presenter at The Motherisk Program – Oral Presentation

September 20-24, 2003                      
The effect of illustrations on patients’ comprehension of medication instruction labels
Hwang SW, Tram CQ, Knarr N
Principal presenter at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, United States