Monday 04 Dec; h13.30 - h14.45tbc; England Room
Session 2: ICU decision-making: a global round table - ICU decision-making: 'A global ethics round table' (joint presentation)
- Tuesday 05 Dec; h09.35- h09.55; England Room
Session 14: Trauma resuscitation & pre-hospital: 'Lessons from the Canadian bush
- Tuesday 05 Dec; h14.20 - h14.40; Northern Ireland Room
Session 27: Wellbeing & burnout: 'Beyond Burnout: We really need to talk'
- Wednesday 06 Dec; h11.55 -h12.15; Wales Room
Session 42: Difficult Airway: 'Airway: not for amateurs' (joint pro-con with LJ Mottram)
Peter G. Brindley
MD, FRCPC, FRCP (Edin) FRCP (Lond).
Peter is a full-time Critical Care Physician at the University of Alberta Hospital, Edmonton, Canada. He is a Professor of Critical Care Medicine, Anaesthesiology, and (to the surprise of his colleagues, perhaps) Medical Ethics. He has 100 peer-reviewed manuscripts, 25 book chapters and over 50 lesser manuscripts focusing on resuscitation; crisis management; human factors; and improving teamwork and communication. He is editing two textbooks in 2017 and is an associate journal editor.
He was a founding member of the Canadian Resuscitation Institute; former Medical-Lead for Simulation for Alberta Health Services; prior Residency Program Director, and prior Education Lead for Surgery, Anaesthesia and Critical Care at the UofA. He has advised the Canadian Patient Safety Institute, Royal College of Canada, and Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. He is on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Critical Care Society, and the organizing committee for five major conferences. He has delivered over 400 invited presentations in ten countries, and over 40 plenaries. He helped create, and teaches, the ACES course, STARTT course and assists with the Difficult Airway Course. He is proudest of two feral but fun kids, who care not one jot what titles he holds. He welcomes disagreements because he doesn’t want to be wrong a moment longer than necessary.