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Current Research Interests

My programme of research focuses on health services research and health care quality improvement for acutely ill patients. My research aims to directly improve the quality of care for patients before, during and after an episode of critical illness through rigorously conducted research and engagement with key stakeholders. I have a particular research interest in epidemiological methods and using linked 'big' data.



  • Examiner, MBChB
  • MBChB Evidence Based Medicine theme lead
  • Contributor to Year 2 MBChB SSC module
  • Contributor to Year 6 MBChB Medicine clinical modules
  • Contributor to BMedSci in Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine


  • Clinical lead, Talent Programme, DDI Health and Social Care
  • Deputy Director, MSc in Data Science for Health and Social Care
  • Course organiser, MPH: Advanced Epidemiology
  • Director, Edinburgh Critical Care Research Methods Course
  • PhD, MD, MPH and BSc supervision
  • Academic Clinical Fellow supervision

Clinical Expertise and Specialisation

Honorary Consulatant in Critical Care, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, NHS Lothian


2020FHEA, Felow of the Higher Education Academy
2016FRCP Edin, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians
2014FFICM, Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine
2013PhD, University of Edinburgh
2007MSc in Public Health Research, University of Edinburgh
2003MRCP (UK), Royal College of Physicians
2000MBChB, University of Edinburgh
1998BSc(Hons) in Pathology, University of Edinburgh

External positions

Director of Research, Intensive Care Society

ICS Research Committee, Intensive Care Society

Chair, SICSAG Steering Group, Scottish Intensive Care Society Audit Group, Public Health Scotland


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