Ventilator associated / Hospital Acquired pneumonia.
Early diagnostic markers:
INHALE and INHALE-C
10y profile of ICU antibiotic use Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
WHY STOP - Behavioural influence and effect of POCT on antibiotic stop decisions
Burns Inhalation Injury:
12y review of BI patients outcomes at the London Burns centre
MetAanalysis and Observational studies of BII
Norepinephrine in early Burns related injury
Bronchoscopy in Intensive Care:
Review of training programmes and developing improved standards
COVID Bronchoscopy guidelines
RASECAL - RCT of safety and efficacy of a closed sampling system compared with standard sampling
ARDS- SARF FOLLOW UP"
TASTE ICU- developing an applicable product for TASTE deprivation in ICU
Antibiotic decision making in ICU; A behavioural approach
A behavioural approach to decision making about stopping antibiotics in ICU.
An Imperial College approved observational cohort study.
Part of a programme to understand factors influencing bias, noise, intuition and learned behaviours in clinician's decisions related to Antibiotic stewardship.
Why STOP? Decision making in antibiotic use on ICU.
Seconds from Disaster: Management of airway haemorrhage during bronchoscopy, International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) - World Conference on Lung Cancer, RAI - Amsterdam, 2011
COPD - prognostic pessimism PRO-CON Debate vs Martin Wildman (CAOS study), British Thoracic Society Winter Meeting, QE2 Conference centre, London, 2008
Sepsis Care Bundle Pro Con debate with Dr Richard Beale, British Thoracic Society HDU Short Course, Guys and St Thomas' Hospital. London, 2007