Caroline Leech

Caroline is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at University Hospital Coventry in the UK, with specialist interests in major trauma, resuscitation and research. She has twenty years experience of pre-hospital critical care and currently works as the Deputy Clinical Lead with The Air Ambulance Service. Caroline is one of the Associate Editors with the Emergency Medicine Journal; is on the Executive Board of the Faculty of Pre-hospital Care (RCSEd); and is Course Director for the popular West Midlands Emergency Surgical Skills Course.

Chris Bowles

Christine Bowles is an Emergency Physician and Trauma Consultant at St George Hospital in Sydney. She has been developing an innovative educational programme for the Trauma Department. She originates from the UK. When not working, she enjoys hanging out with the family, as well as films, music and books.

Chris is the personality behind @smaccteam!

Emily Granger

Cardiothoracic and transplant surgeon with an interest in thoracic trauma. A keen EMST instructor with an unhealthy focus on chest injuries and emergency room thoracotomies.

Jeon Cha

Dr Cha is a reconstructive surgeon with qualifications from the University of Sydney and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. In addition to gaining qualifications in plastic and reconstructive surgery, Dr Cha has also undertaken further sub-speciality training in hand and wrist surgery by completing the Sydney Hand Surgery Fellowship in 2013 (a twelve month role with the Hand Surgery Units at St. Lukes Hospital and Sydney Hospital).
Dr Cha has public hospital appointments at Gosford Hospital (Plastic Surgery Unit), Royal North Shore Hospital (Burns, Plastic & Maxillofacial Reconstructive Surgery Unit) and Sydney Hospital (Hand Surgery Unit) where he is actively engaged in the training of future plastic surgeons. He is currently the Supervisor of Training at Sydney Hospital.
Dr Cha has special interests in hand, reconstructive and microsurgery.

Kristy Washington

Kristy is a senior social worker in the ICU at RNSH. Kristy has had the privilege of working with the dynamic team at RNSH ICU for the last 10 years and more broadly has worked in health for 18 years. Areas of interest include understanding recovery from trauma, supporting people through grief and ensuring kindness and compassion is communicated to all we encounter in the hospital setting.

Laura Duggan

Laura is an Associate Professor and cardiothoracic anesthesiologist at the University of British Columbia, a Canadian Royal College examiner, and proud of her pediatric emergency medicine roots. She is currently the assistant head of the Canadian Airway Focus Group, a rather rowdy group of Canadians who publishes airway management guidelines intermittently. For her, the finest areas of medicine are those simultaneously “owned” by various specialties and professions; resuscitation, airway management, echocardiography and communication in crisis. Her area of inquiry is airway management; particularly observational studies looking at what we actually do in high-risk clinical situations. When not immersed clinical care, she can be found with at least one animal. Very proud of her ever-expanding network of collaborating colleagues in various acute care specialties and countries; cocktails are sometimes involved. Her family truly is her rock.

Resa E. Lewiss

Resa is a Professor of Emergency medicine at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia PA USA. She is a global soul who believes in #POCUS #MedED #HealthDesign #Leadership #Equity #TIME’S UP Healthcare and #Espresso

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