16th World Congress of Anaesthesiologists

28 August - 2 September 2016
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

David Walker

Affiliation: Anaesthesia and Intensive Care University College Hospitals London, London, United Kingdom;

Connection with WFSA (if any): Dr David Walker, FRCP FRCA FFICM David trained in medicine, anaesthesia and critical care in Wessex, Oxford, London and Toronto.  After completing a period of research at UCL he was appointed consultant and now divides his clinical time between  anaesthesia and intensive care. David is the director of the UCL Masters Programme in Perioperative Medicine and Clinical  Lead for the Post-Anaesthetic Care Unit. David most recently has co-developed a Perioperative Physician model of care and is currently undertaking its clinical evaluation.   As Associate editor of the journals Perioperative Medicine and the  British Journal of Hospital Medicine commissions articles which promote both perioperative care and quality improvement  science.

Award / titles received: Dr David Walker, FRCP FRCA FFICM Consultant in Anaesthesia and Critical Care Medicine   Lead Clinician  ICU, UCH @ Westmoreland Street Director of the UCL Masters Programme in Perioperative Medicine Honorary Senior Lecturer UCL

Statement of expertise for the sub-committee: Practice ICU & Anaesthesia in a busy University teaching hospital in central London. I run a post-anaesthetic care unit, a clinical research fellowship and a Masters Programme in Perioperative Medicine. My interest is in the high risk surgical patient

Link to department website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/surgery/courses/msc-perioperative-medicine

Biography: David trained in medicine, anaesthesia and critical care in Wessex, Oxford, London and Toronto. After completing a period of research at UCL he was appointed consultant and now divides his clinical time between anaesthesia and intensive care. David is the director of the UCL Masters Programme in Perioperative Medicine and Clinical Lead for the Post-Anaesthetic Care Unit. David most recently has co-developed a Perioperative Physician model of care and is currently undertaking its clinical evaluation. As Associate editor of the journals Perioperative Medicine and the British Journal of Hospital Medicine commissions articles which promote both perioperative care and quality improvement science.

Disclosure of Interest: None declared

 


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