I work in pediatric critical care, with very sick children. Fortunately, very few of them actually die nowadays (less than 5%). Because death is such a dramatic event, we need to improve the care provided to children and families at the end of their lives in the intensive care unit (ICU). I have studied the decision-making process leading to withdrawal of life support technology, and I have a project to study how to improve the process by getting palliative/supportive care teams more involved in the decision-making and support to families inside the Pediatric ICU. I also work within quality assurance framework to make sure that the children received the best care, at the right time, within the Pediatric ICU.