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Education & Training

  • MA, Education and Human Development, 2005
    George Washington University School of Medicine
  • Fellowship, Pediatrics, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 1993
    Children's National Medical Center
  • Residency, Pediatrics, 1990
    Medical College of Virginia School of Medicine
  • MA, 1988
    Boston University
  • Internship, Pediatrics, 1988
    Medical College of Virginia School of Medicine
  • MD, 1987
    Boston University School of Medicine
  • BS, Chemistry/English, 1981
    Boston College

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Pediatrics/Critical Care

National Provider ID: 1447331368


Christiane Corriveau, M.D., M.Ed., is a pediatric intensive care physician at Children's National Hospital. Dr. Corriveau's interests include medical education, faculty and organizational development, and well being. She is the co-chair of the Provider Well Being Initiative at Children’s National.

At Children's National, Dr. Corriveau, along with her co-chair Dr. Hemant Sharma, has been leading the medical staff effort for well being since 2018. The Provider Well Being Initiative has been instrumental in bringing evidence-based programming such as Peer Support, Commensality, and SKY Breath based workshops to Children’s National staff to enhance well being and reduce burnout.

Dr. Corriveau is an alumna of Stanford Medical School’s inaugural Chief Wellness Officer course. Children’s National is a member of the Stanford Physician Academic Consortium where Dr. Corriveau is member of the Scientific Board. Dr. Corriveau’s work has been recognized at the local, regional and national levels.

Research & Publications

Absolute and Relative Adrenal Insufficiency in Children with Septic Shock

(2005) The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Evidence Based Journal Club

Academy of Human Resources Proceedings

(2006) The Effect of Organizational Sub-Culture on the Transfer of Patient care.

Adrenal Disorders

(2006) Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Meeting

(1998) Socioeconomic Factors and Emergency PICU (Pediatric Intensive Care unit) Admission

Improving Access to Intensive Care Is Insurance the problem

(2006) The Journal of Critical Care Medicine

Strategic Learning Linking Resident Training to Outcomes for Patients

(2005) The Journal of Critical Care Medicine