Research Group: CriticalMed: Critical Care & Emergency Medicine
Thematic Line: TL2 – Clinical and Translational Research
Hub: University of Algarve
Áreas de Investigação: Anesthesiology, Intensive care, Epidemiology of intensive care, Prognosis in sepsis, Cardiac arrest, Acute respiratory failure syndrome
updated on 14/03/2018
Cristina Granja is the Principal Investigator of the research group CriticalMed – Critical Care & Emergency Medicine of CINTESIS, and coordinator of the CINTESIS hub at the University of Algarve (UAlg).
She graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto (FMUP) and specialized in Anesthesiology, completing her Doctoral studies in Intensive Care at the University of Porto in 2005.
She has been working in Intensive Care since 1992 and is currently the Director of the Intensive Care Unit of the Hospital de Faro – Hospital Center of Algarve. She is also a part-time professor at the UAlg, responsible for the education area of Medicine for Critically Ill Patients, and Affiliated Professor of the Department of Community Medicine, Health Information and Decision at FMUP.
She has authored more than 40 articles published in national and international journals with more than 1,700 citations, focused on the area of in-hospital emergency and follow-up of the critically ill patient. She is also the Coordinator of the Study Group on Analgesia, Sedation and Delirium of the Portuguese Society of Intensive Care and the Portuguese Society of Anesthesiology.
TITLE: European Resuscitation Council Guidelines for Resuscitation 2010 Section 2 Adult basic life support and use of automated external defibrillators
AUTHORS: Rudolph W Koster; Michael A Baubin; Leo L Bossaert; Antonio Caballero; Pascal Cassan; Maaret Castren; Cristina Granja ; Anthony J Handley; Koenraad G Monsieurs; Gavin D Perkins; Violetta Raffay; Claudio Sandroni;
SOURCE: RESUSCITATION, VOLUME: 81, ISSUE: 10, PUBLISHED: 2010
TITLE: Intensive care diaries reduce new onset post traumatic stress disorder following critical illness: a randomised, controlled trial
AUTHORS: Christina Jones; Carl Backman; Maurizia Capuzzo; Ingrid Egerod; Hans Flaatten; Cristina Granja ; Christian Rylander; Richard D Griffiths; The RACHEL group;
SOURCE: CRITICAL CARE, VOLUME: 14, ISSUE: 5, PUBLISHED: 2010
TITLE: Patients’ recollections of experiences in the intensive care unit may affect their quality of life
AUTHORS: Granja, C ; Lopes, A; Moreira, S; Dias, C ; Costa Pereira, A ; Carneiro, A;
SOURCE: 34th SCCM Congress in CRITICAL CARE, VOLUME: 9, ISSUE: 2, PUBLISHED: 2005
TITLE: Understanding posttraumatic stress disorder-related symptoms after critical care: The early illness amnesia hypothesis
AUTHORS: Cristina Granja ; Ernestina Gornes; Augusta Amaro; Orquidea Ribeiro; Christina Jones; Antonio Carneiro; Altamiro Costa Pereira ;
SOURCE: CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE, VOLUME: 36, ISSUE: 10, PUBLISHED: 2008
TITLE: Quality of life of survivors from severe sepsis and septic shock may be similar to that of others who survive critical illness
AUTHORS: Granja, C ; Dias, C ; Costa Pereira, A ; Sarmento, A ;
SOURCE: CRITICAL CARE, VOLUME: 8, ISSUE: 2, PUBLISHED: 2004