Chris is an Intensivist at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. With Roger & Oli he started SMACC. He’s a Kiwi, complete with a medical degree from the University of Auckland. He continued post-graduate training in New Zealand, as well as the Northern Territory, Perth and Melbourne in Australia. He is also an emergency physician and has completed further training in clinical toxicology and clinical epidemiology. He coordinates The Alfred ICU education and simulation programme, convenes the ‘Critically Ill Airway’ course and teaches on many other Alfred ICU courses. He edits the Alfred ICU’s education website, INTENSIVE, and is co-creator of free open-access medical education FOAM.



This session brings together a panel of educators with a track record of innovation and design in medical education. The panel wil explore the past, present and most importantly the future of how we will teach and learn critical care. We will explore the future changing role of the medical educator from one of information delivery and assessment to co-learner and developer. Will new technologies really change education or simply form adjuncts to traditional learning models. Get involved and tweet your questions to #SMACCMedEd

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