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Reshma Amin

Reshma

Staff Respirologist and Sleep Physician, Respiratory Medicine; Associate Scientist, Child Health and Evaluative Sciences, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto

Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Toronto

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Biography

Dr Reshma Amin is Associate Professor at the University of Toronto; Respirologist and Sleep Physician at SickKids; and Associate Scientist, Child Health and Evaluative Sciences at SickKids Research Institute. She is an expert pulmonologist experienced in the rehabilitation and care of children with neuromuscular disorders, particularly for impaired pulmonary function and assisted ventilation. Within NMD4C Reshma is working on the development of clinical care guidelines for NMDs and patient advocacy training modules for NMD, and supports knowledge transfer to patients and other knowledge users.

Recent publications

Pehora, C, Faraoni, D, Obara, S, Amin, R, Igbeyi, B, Al-Izzi, A et al.. Predicting Perioperative Respiratory Adverse Events in Children With Sleep-Disordered Breathing. Anesth Analg. 2020. PMID:33002926

Verma, R, Amin, R. Clinical pearls for COVID-19 in children: what do pediatricians need to know?. Pediatr Res. 2020. PMID:32916688

Verma, R, Mehdian, Y, Sheth, N, Netten, K, Vinette, J, Edwards, A et al.. Screening for caregiver psychosocial risk in children with medical complexity: a cross-sectional study. BMJ Paediatr Open. 2020.4 (1)e000671 PMID:32789196

Lord, S, Moore, C, Beatty, M, Cohen, E, Rapoport, A, Hellmann, J et al.. Assessment of Bereaved Caregiver Experiences of Advance Care Planning for Children With Medical Complexity. JAMA Netw Open. 2020.3 (7)e2010337 PMID:32721029

Dale, CM, McKim, D, Amin, R, Carbone, S, Fisher, T, Goldstein, R et al.. Education Experiences of Adult Subjects and Caregivers for Mechanical Insufflation-Exsufflation at Home. Respir Care. 2020. PMID:32606074

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