Dr. Diptesh Aryal completed his Clinical Fellowship in Critical Care at the University of Toronto, Interdepartmental Division of Critical Care and St. Michael’s Hospital in 2015. Currently, he is working as ICU Coordinator at Nepal Mediciti Hospital. He is Vice-President of Nepal Intensive Care Research Foundation (NICRF) and National Coordinator for Nepal ICU Registry and Surveillance System, which in collaboration with Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU) aims to implement hospital-based ICU Registry in Nepal. The initiative that he leads adapts the platform from the electronic registry method used in the ICU registry from the Asian Critical Care Registry Network (CRIT Care Asia). Along with other critical registries in South and South-East Asia, NICRF is a member of ‘Critical Care Asia’. A Wellcome Trust and MORU project, the Collaboration for Research, Implementation and Training in Intensive CARE (CRITIcal CARE Asia), seeks to improve the quality of critical care in the region. Diptesh has been awarded an Honorary Physician position in Critical Care at the Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit in Thailand. Diptesh is Principal Investigator for REMAPCAP Trial in Nepal. Diptesh is pursuing PhD from D’Or Institute for Research and Education (IDOR), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.