ECCOR2 / Rest – McNamee

This is the huge trial presentation session including the premiere of the VANISH trial and a chunky taster of the new sepsis definitions at the State of the Art meeting, the flagship conference for the UK critical care community run by the Intensive Care society, December 2015 in London. Read More

ICS State of the Art CUSIC Course 2015 : Stop poisoning patients with radiation

Adrian Wong Critical care ultrasound is evolving. Previously the remit of enthusiasts, the use of ultrasound has become an invaluable tool which has the ability to guide clinical management. The Focused Intensive Care Echocardiography (FICE) accreditation is now an established programme which allows clinicians to attain the skills and competencies required in a critical care… Read More

Social Media Workshop

Podcast Panel: Steve Webb, Rob Mac Sweeney, Mark Forrest, Jonathan Downham, Adrian Wong & Steve Mathieu Here is the podcast from our social media workshop. We have also included our slides, some notes and links to useful resources. We cover everything from the basics of twitter to RSS feeds, periscope, designing websites and building a… Read More

CUSIC Pre-Conference Workshop

Saturday & Sunday 5-6th Dec 2015 Venue: Crowne Plaza London Docklands REGISTER NOW  (20% discount to attend SOA meeting if also register for CUSIC Course) I just want to attend the CUSIC course…. ONLINE: Online registration for 2 day CUSIC course (5-6th Dec) PAPER: Pre-SOA CUSIC Course Registration Form I just want to attend the SOA meeting… ONLINE: Online… Read More

Peter Pickkers

Peter Pickkers Netherlands For two and a half years Professor Peter Pickkers did his Ph.D research at the Department of Internal Medicine at the Radboudumc and the Department of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics at St. Mary’s Hospital in London into the vasodilating effects of diuretics, resulting in a thesis entitled “Vascular effects of diuretics” In… Read More

Charlotte Summers

@charlot_summers UK Charlotte is the University Lecturer in Critical Care Medicine at the University of Cambridge. She initially graduated from the University of Southampton, and later undertook a PhD (University of Cambridge) alongside her Higher Specialist Training in Respiratory (East of England) and Intensive Care Medicine (London). She was appointed at the UK’s first NIHR… Read More

Daniel Martin

UK Dr Daniel Martin a Senior Lecturer at UCL and Honorary Consultant in Perioperative and Critical Care Medicine at the Royal Free Hospital, London. He is also the Director of the UCL Centre for Altitude, Space and Extreme Environment (CASE) Medicine, which is based at the Institute of Sports Exercise and Health. His research interests… Read More

Nazir Lone

@ICULone UK Nazir is a Senior Clinical Lecturer in Critical Care, Centre for Population Health Sciences and Department of Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine and Honorary Consultant in Critical Care, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. He has extensive research experience in health services  and health care quality improvement for acutely ill patients. He is Deputy… Read More

Edward Baker

UK Edward was Medical Director and Deputy Chief Executive of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust before joining CQC in 2014. As medical director he led significant operational change and quality improvement at both Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and subsequently Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, where he focused on building partnerships between clinical… Read More

Matthew Williams

@1993MattW UK Matt started as a Consultant in Critical Care and Anaesthesia in 2005. He studied medicine at the University of Bristol. Postgraduate training was completed in the South West region, which included general and neonatal paediatrics, intensive care in Melbourne, Australia, and specialist Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) in the Wessex region which… Read More

Niamh Feely

@nmfeely UK Niamh is an intensivist and anaesthetist at Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospitals, Frimley Health Foundation Trust and is the Training Programme Director for Intensive Care Medicine in the Thames Valley region.  She has a keen interest in simulation.  

Christopher Bassford

UK Chris is a respiratory and intensive care consultant physician at University Hospital Coventry. He graduated from Birmingham Medical School in 1999 and gained MRCP in 2003. His PhD from Warwick University was awarded for an investigation of steroid metabolism within alveolar macrophages in the acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and the receptor for advanced… Read More

Tony Gordon

@agordonICU UK Dr Tony Gordon is a clinical senior lecturer / consultant in Critical Care Medicine at Imperial College / Charing Cross Hospital. He trained in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine in the North West Thames region and obtained his MD at St Bartholomew’s. He has also worked at the Royal North Shore Hospital in… Read More

Susanna Price

UK Dr Susanna Price is a Consultant Cardiologist and Intensivist at the Royal Brompton Hospital, London, and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College, London. Her specialist interests are critical care of the GUCH patient, cardiogenic shock (including extracorporeal support) and echocardiography for transcatheter valve interventions, cardiac surgery and intensive care. She has been a… Read More

Mark Forrest

@Obidoc UK Mark is a Consultant in Anaesthetics, Critical & Pre-hospital Care in the North West of England. He is the Founder and Medical Director of the Anaesthesia Trauma & Critical Care (ATACC) Faculty, which was established over 16 years ago and is now fully accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons London and the… Read More

Ron Daniels

@SepsisUK UK Ron is Chief Executive and one of the founders of the UK Sepsis Trust; he developed his passion for improving systems for Sepsis during his Role as a Consultant in Critical Care and Anaesthesia, and his parallel role as CEO of the Global Sepsis Alliance. He is a recognised world expert in sepsis… Read More

Andy Johnston

@drewmcdj UK Lt Col Andy Johnston is an Intensivist at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. He graduated from the University of Dundee in 1993, and trained in Scotland, the North of England and the West Midlands. He has experience in managing high volume, high acuity combat trauma, both in Afghanistan… Read More

Jozef Kesecioglu

Netherlands Jozef Kesecioglu is Professor of Intensive Care Medicine at the Department of Intensive Care Medicine, University Medical Center, Utrecht, the Netherlands. He completed his medical education and training in anesthesia and intensive care at the Medical School of University of Istanbul, Turkey, where he was later appointed as the head of the intensive care.… Read More