My research focus involves medication safety and effectiveness in clinical practice. I am particularly interested in medication practices in the pediatric emergency department and have been involved in both clinical research and quality assurance/improvement projects with a goal to help improve medication therapies provided to patients.
A randomized controlled pilot study of intranasal lidocaine in acute management of paediatric migraine and migraine-like headache
Paediatrics & Child Health
Kate Maki and Quynh Doan and Kendra Sih and Karly Stillwell and Alaina Chun and Garth Meckler
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug administration in children with history of wheeze,Administration d'antiinflammatoires non stéroidiens aux enfants ayant des antécédents de sibilance
Canadian Family Physician
Sih, K. and Goldman, R.D.
Ketamine in Adult Emergency Medicine: Controversies and Recent Advances,Ketamina en la Emergencia Médica de Adultos: Controversias y Adelantos Recientes
Annals of Pharmacotherapy
Sih, K. and Campbell, S.G. and Tallon, J.M. and Magee, K. and Zed, P.J.
Should Hospital Pharmacy Drug Budgets Be the Responsibility of Each Individual Department in an Institution, or Should Such Budgets Be Controlled Centrally by the Pharmacy Department?
The Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy
Sam Louie (Con) and Kendra Bernard and Emily Black and Shahileen Remtulla and Erin Schwenger and Dawn Dalen (Pro) and Katherine Seto and Sarah Stabler and Victoria Su and Flora Young
National Physicians’ Day: Q&A with Dr. Amanda Li and Cherry Mammen
For National Physicians’ Day we spoke to two of our researchers, Dr. Amanda Li and Dr. Cherry Mammen, who are also physicians at BC Children’s Hospital about their work and what motivates them.