Dr Jonny Wilkinson MBChB.MRCP.FRCA.FFICM

Course Director

Jonny is a Consultant Intensivist and Anaesthetist in Northampton, UK. Along with Ben Attwood, he is the founder of NW-POCUS.

He is the founder of www.criticalcarenorthampton.com and is a firm supporter of FOAMed and Social Media in Medicine. His interests lie within point of care ultrasound and in particular, the use of handheld devices in the assessment of the critically ill patient. He is a member of the FUSIC committee at the Royal College of Anaesthetists and teaches ultrasound both nationally and internationally. He mentors for FICE and is a CUSIC supervisor. 

He is the editor in chief of the Oxford Handbook of Thoracic Anaesthesia, a member of iFAD Faculty and the faculty for the Critical Care Symposium UK

Dr Ben Attwood BSc MB BChir MRCP FRCA FFICM PGDipLATHE

Course Director

Co-founder of NW-POCUS, Ben really wanted to pursue a career as a jazz pianist, but has ended up as a consultant in Intensive Care and Anaesthesia at Warwick Hospital. 
In 2007 aided by a Travelling Fellowship Award from the Intensive Care Society, he completed a short fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound at Massachusetts General Hospital. 
He has published in emerging uses of point of care ultrasound and co-created an online utility to aid remote mentoring for practitioners accrediting for various POCUS standards (hocuspocus.org.uk)

He still plays jazz piano, but is not too regretful about his life choices

Dr Justin Kirk-Bailey MBChB.MRCP.FRCA.FFICM

Faculty

Justin is a Consultant Intensivist and Anaesthetist in Guildford in the UK. He is a keen promoter of point of care ultrasound and echocardiography in critical care and a strong supporter of the Free Open Access to MedEducation (FOAMed) movement. He is a developer of clinical pathways and strongly believes in the protocolisation of healthcare where possible. As a member of the team in Guildford he has been highly involved in the promotion and adoption of Enhance Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) and optimal fluid management strategies.

Mr Simon Hayward

Faculty

Simon is a critical care physiotherapist with over 12 years experience in the acute NHS setting. He has been using lung ultrasound in his practice since 2013 to better inform his diagnostic skills and improve patient management. He is a FUSIC Lung US mentor and sits on the FUSIC committee as the AHP lead. Simon also has one of the seats on the Intensive Care Society council as an AHP representative. As well as continuing to work in the NHS, Simon now travels around the country and internationally teaching & speaking about lung ultrasound to other physiotherapists, ACCP’s and respiratory nurse specialists. He is also undertaking research to further strengthen the evidence base for the use of lung ultrasound by physiotherapists

Dr Segun Olusanya MBChB MRCP FRCA

Faculty

Segun is an Intensive Care Trainee in the London Deanery. He completed his medical school training in Southampton, and has trained in medicine, anaesthesia and intensive care medicine in the Thames Valley and in London. A keen supporter of #foamed, he is on the organising committee of the ICS State of the Art Meeting, an editor for the Bottom Line and Life in the Fast Lane, and an associate editor of JICS. Now also sits on the FUSIC committee.

His other interests include Point of Care Ultrasound (Obviously!) and doctors wellbeing. He also runs the company monanniecakes.com along with his wife, and enjoys eating the leftover desserts.

Dr Adrian Wong MBChB MRCP FRCA FFICM

Faculty

Adrian is a consultant in critical care medicine and anaesthesia in Guilford. He has interest in point-of-care ultrasound, clinical governance and medical education. He is an editor on The Bottom Line website and is a member of the ESICM Clinical Training Committee. 


In his free time, he enjoys building Lego and playing Destiny 2.

Dr Nitin Arora FRCP(Edin) FRCA FFICM 

Faculty

Nitin is a consultant intensivist at University Hospitals Birmingham, UK. 

He is a keen interest in #POCUS #FOAMED and Social Media in medicine; and has recently edited ‘The Beginner’s Guide to Intensive Care’ a textbook for new starters in intensive care. 

 

He is a co founder of @ThoseWeCarry - a social media platform for sharing healthcare stories for healing 

Hannah Conway ACCP MSc

Faculty

Hannah is an Advanced Critical Care Practitioner in Adult Intensive Care at Glenfield Hospital, Leicester. She specialises in cardiothoracics and transplantation, which is where she was first introduced to echocardiography nearly a decade ago. She passed her BSE TTE exam in 2012 and currently holds a BSE L1 TTE; she also has 8 years experience in TOE. 

 

As well as being a committed FUSIC mentor and supervisor, Hannah was recently appointed as the latest addition to the ICS FICE committee.

 

Hannah plays a key role in ECHO/POCUS education within the midlands region and beyond. She is co director of the Leicester FICE and CUSIC course and recently launched the ultrasound education company g&h CritCareEcho as a joint venture with her partner in crime Dr Gary Lau - Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care. 

Dr Ashley Miller 

Faculty

Ashley Miller is an Intensivist at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals. His specialist area of interest is Intensive care ultrasonography. The 1st person to become BSE accredited in Critical Care Echocardiography, he is on the BSE Critical Care Accreditation Committee as well as being a BSE examiner. He has co-authored guidelines for the BSE on assessing fluid responsiveness with echocardiography. As chair of the Core Ultrasound in Intensive Care (CUSIC) committee he has helped introduce a curriculum and accreditation pathway for lung, vascular and abdominal ultrasound for Intensive care doctors. He is a speaker on ultrasound at international conferences and teaches on numerous ultrasound courses around the country. He is co-editing a forthcoming textbook on critical care ultrasound. @icmteaching www.icmteaching.com

Dr Ashley Miller  MBChB.FRCA.FFICM

Faculty

Ashley Miller is an Intensivist at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals. His specialist area of interest is Intensive care ultrasonography. The 1st person to become BSE accredited in Critical Care Echocardiography, he is on the BSE Critical Care Accreditation Committee as well as being a BSE examiner. He has co-authored guidelines for the BSE on assessing fluid responsiveness with echocardiography. As chair of the FUSIC committee, he has helped introduce a curriculum and accreditation pathway for lung, vascular and abdominal ultrasound for Intensive care doctors. He is a speaker on ultrasound at international conferences and teaches on numerous ultrasound courses around the country. He is co-editing a forthcoming textbook on critical care ultrasound. @icmteaching www.icmteaching.com

Dr Dave Popple MBChB.FRCA.FFICM

Faculty

Dave is a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Critical Care Medicine at Northampton General Hospital. He is a jobbing intensivist and FICE mentor. His interests include point of care ECHO, clinical governance and audit, but his heart belongs to mountain biking, snowboarding and his family (not necessarily in that order!)

Dr Dave Popple MBChB.FRCA.FFICM

Faculty

Dave is a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Critical Care Medicine at Northampton General Hospital. He is a jobbing intensivist and FICE mentor. His interests include point of care ECHO, clinical governance and audit, but his heart belongs to mountain biking, snowboarding and his family (not necessarily in that order!)

Dr Mo Zaman MBChB.MRCP.FFICM

Faculty

Mo is a consultant in critical care and acute medicine. He is the lead for ambulatory care, governance, audits and education in acute medicine. He has been teaching CUSIC, FAST, AAA for last 3 years. He is an ICS accredited CUSIC Mentor and a member of the POCUS academy at Northampton General. He currently runs a course on ultrasound guided central and peripheral vascular access.  

His current project focuses on embedding POCUS training as a standard in Acute Medicine at Northampton. 

Dr Mo Zaman MBChB.MRCP.FFICM

Faculty

Mo is a consultant in critical care and acute medicine. He is the lead for ambulatory care, governance, audits and education in acute medicine. He has been teaching CUSIC, FAST, AAA for last 3 years. He is an ICS accredited FUSIC Mentor and a member of the POCUS academy at Northampton General. He currently runs a course on ultrasound-guided central and peripheral vascular access.  

His current project focuses on embedding POCUS training as a standard in Acute Medicine at Northampton. 

Dr Tony Ashton BSc MBChB MRCP.FRCA.FFICM

Faculty

Tony is a consultant in critical care and anaesthesia at Basingstoke Hospital where he is a FICE mentor. He has trained in Edinburgh, London, Oxford and Wessex. Tony  has particular interest in (unsurprisingly) critical care ultrasound and regional anaesthesia. He currently drives the latest model of GE Venue (other ultrasounds are available). Husband, father to 3, brother, son. Likes house music and can be found wearing a speedo three times a week for moral injury management over 2k.

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