Remerciements

Il n’aurait pas été possible de développer le présent site Web et de produire la vidéo animée « Be Smart, Don’t Choke » sans le concours des organismes et personnes suivants :

Recherche

  • le fonds Hampton de l’Université de la Colombie-Britannique
  • la fondation du British Columbia Children’s Hospital
  • Dr. Keith Riding, Inc.
  • la société KARL STORZ
  • Xomed Medtronic
  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • les enseignants affiliés au département de l’éducation de l’Université de la Colombie-Britannique, Douglas Adler, Ph. D., Sandra Scott, Ph. D. et Christopher Lam
  • les scientifiques Samson M. Nashon, EdD, Douglas Adler, Ph. D., les Drs Andrew Thamboo, Tram Nguyen, Sarah Coad, Derry Dance, Keith Riding, Neil Chadha, Fred Kozak, Jane Lea, Paul Moxham, Ashley Robinson, Richard Lee, Lauren D. Holinger, Douglas Cochrane et Edith Blondell-Hill; ainsi que le (défunt) Dr Sylvan Stool et son fils, Daniel Stool (Intertek.com)
  • les adjoints à la recherche, Tin Jasinovic, Ashley-Rose Caufin et Maryam Noparast
  • les assistantes de bureau de médecin de la clinique ORL du BC Children’s Hospital, Nancy Davies et Michelle Poulsen
  • les infirmiers et infirmières du BC Children’s Hospital (équipes de la salle d’urgence, de la salle d’opération et de la salle de surveillance post-interventionnelle et Patsy Regan, infirmière de la clinique ORL
  • un merci tout particulier aux médecins résidents du département d’otorhinolaryngologie de l’Université de la Colombie-Britannique et aux boursiers (fellows) en otorhinolaryngologie du BC Children’s Hospital qui ont participé au projet
  • les participants du centre d’excellence pour l’apprentissage par la simulation et l’innovation, Dr Karim Qayumi, Gary Cody, Collette Sands, Albert Ho, Ferooz Sekandarpoor et Tim Grant

Collaborateurs au site Web et au contenu

  • les vidéastes Nayt Keane et Julia Hilton
  • les acteurs de doublage, Dr Richard Lee, Patrick, Emma et Chris Ludemann, Ava et Ilsa Weinstein-Wright
  • les participants à l’entrevue avec un parent, soit le père de Michael O. et Rob Lyons, des productions média du BC Children’s Hospital
  • les concepteurs Web, Alex Rakic (ainsi que les anciens concepteurs, Doug Adler, Christopher Lam, Sabrina Luk et Mike Kwan)
  • Blue Tree Publishing, pour l’aimable autorisation d’utiliser et de modifier l’image Overview of Lungs in Body [aperçu des poumons]

Le concours de tous les collaborateurs au présent site Web est très apprécié.

Traducteurs

The work provided by each translator of dontchoke.ubc.ca is greatly appreciated. Here’s some information about the translators and their schools.

Regarding translations, the flag of the country of origin of each language has been used (as is standard on most websites). The producers of this website have no political affiliations.

Anglais (English)

Original content by Jeffrey Ludemann, MDCM, FRCSC
Attending, BC Children’s Hospital ENT Clinic
Associate Clinical Professor of Otolaryngology
The University of British Columbia
Vancouver, Canada

Dr. Ludemann is a Clinical Associate Professor of Otolaryngology at the University of British Columbia; and an Attending Surgeon within the Division of Otolaryngology at British Columbia’s Children’s Hospital.

Français

Translation by Josée Lacasse
Technical Editor: Sophie Lachance, MD, FRCSC
Pediatric Otolaryngologist
Laval University
Québec City, Canada

Dr. Lachance graduated medical school and otolaryngology – head and neck surgery residency at Laval University in Québec City. Completed a one-year fellowship training program in pediatric otolaryngology at UBC in BC Children’s Hospital.

Espagnol (Español)

Translation by Juan C. Ospina MD
Assistant Professor, Head, Division of Otolaryngology
Pontifical Xavierian University
Hospital Universitario San Ignacio
Bogota, Colombia

San Ignacio University Hospital is one of the most important and influential health institutions in Colombia and Latinamerica.

Founded in 1942, it has been home for the School of Medicine of Pontifical Xaverian University in Bogota.

The Division of Otorhinolaryngology and Maxillofacial Surgery depends of the Department of Surgery, providing low, mid and high complexity services in the different areas of the specialty, with emphasis on pediatric otolaryngology and the multidisciplinary airway clinic.

Portugais (Português)

Translation by Rebecca Maunsell, MD, PhD
Otolaryngologist at Hospital Estadual de Sumaré
State University of Campinas (UNICAMP)
Campinas, Brazil

The Hospital Estadual de Sumaré (HES) is part of the hospital complex of the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP), a public university fully supported by the State of São Paulo with access to private and public research funds. Although a young university, founded in 1966 it is highly ranked amongst the youngest universities in the world.

The residents and fellows of the Otolaryngology Department of UNICAMP participate in surgical activities at the HES where pediatric airway procedures are a main part of the surgical program carried out by the otolaryngology team.

Mandarin (简体)

Translation by Dr. Xiaoya Wang (Sunny)
Associate Chief Physician, ENT Department
Guangzhou Women and Children’s Medical Center
Guangzhou, China

Guangzhou Women and Children's Medical Center

Arabe (العربية)

Translation by Talal Alkhatib, MD, MSc, MHPEd, FRCSC
Pediatric Otolaryngologist
Assistant Professor and Chairman
Department of Otolaryngology-Head Neck Surgery
Faculty of Medicine
King Abdulaziz University
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

King Abdulaziz University carries the name of the establisher of Saudi Arabia – God bless him. This university was established in 1387 H / 1967 G.

The university witnessed much development in quality and quantity since it was established until it becomes one of the distinguished universities in terms of the number of students, the number of scientific and theoretical fields of study and the exclusiveness of certain specializations such as Seas Sciences, Geology, Nuclear Engineering, Medical Engineering, Meteorology and Aviation and Mineralization.

King Abdulaziz University is Considered a pioneer in offering higher education to the Saudi girl and the female and male sections were inaugurated in the same year. The University not only has the regular students program but it also has the external program to make it easy for all students to get higher education. It also established the Deanship of Distant Teaching to cope with the development in learning and teaching technology.

Le saviez-vous?!

D’après un rapport publié en 2011 par le National Safety Council américain, les étouffements ont causé 4 500 décès (tous les âges confondus) aux États-Unis en 2009.[Ref:46]