Natalie Pattison is a clinical academic who has worked clinically in cancer, critical care and critical care outreach. She is the Florence Nightingale Foundation Clinical Professor of Nursing with a joint appointment across the University of Hertfordshire and East and North Herts NHS Trust. Until 2017, she was the clinical lead for critical care follow-up service at The Royal Marsden for many years, combining this with a research role. Her research interests focus on her clinical area of critical care and critically ill ward patients, and cancer critical care. She is currently leading work related to: the role of critical care outreach in transitions to end of life, end-of-life care in critical care, interventions to support families in ICU and critical care follow-up. Natalie is Chair of the UK Critical Care Research Group, and is Vice-chair for PPI/Nursing representative for the NIHR National Specialty Group for Critical Care. She is also Vice-Chair of the National Outreach Forum, sits on the UK Critical Care Nursing Alliance and is Associate Editor of European Journal of Cancer Care. She is a member of the NIHR Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship review panel and various other review panels.