Who we are.
The Intensive Care Network (ICN) was set up and is run by a group of ICU specialists and advanced trainees on a voluntary, non-commercial basis.
For more information about the ICN and its activities, please email one of us.
ICN Lead authors
Matthew Mac Partlin
The ICN contributors
- Intensive Care Fellow at Austin Hospital, Heidelberg, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
- Work interests: are in the longitudinal care of ICU patients, human factors in the workplace, simulation and organ donation.
- Life interests include scientific and philosophical inspiration, bicycle-riding, parenting, gardening and being in nature.
- Co-ordinates the Victorian Intensive Care Network meetings
- ICU SR on Qld ICU Training Pathway for Adult ICM but currently very confused by sick small people in Mater Children's Hospital
- Spends most daylight hours in the company of Oh, Bersten & Soni - hopefully soon to be replaced with real people
- Moved to Queensland from NW England for 6 months in 2009...
- Queensland trainee representative on CICM Trainees' Committee, Queensland Regional Council and QMET ICU Education Committee
- Co-ordinates the Brisbane Intensive Care Network meetings
- Medical student at the University of New South Wales
- Associate Editor of the Australian Medical Student Journal
- Recipient of the UNSW Alumni Association Scholarship and USYD Summer Research Program Scholarship
- Invited speaker at TED MED Sydney 2013 on ‘Generation Y: Redefining Medicine’
- Current resident at Wollongong Hospital
- Job for 2014 in ICU at RNSH
- Goal is to work as Intensive Care specialist
- Interests in languages, running, travel, friends and family
- If I could follow summer around the world every year, I would!
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- Cardiac tech
- ECHO educator
- ICU/ED emergency sono educator
- Advocate for basic echo educationn for all
- Based in Sydney
- A dual trained specialist Anaesthetist-Intensivist working at Rockhampton Base Hospital, Queensland.
- His interests include teaching, ECHO and perioperative medicine.
- He is married with two children and currently enjoying no longer being a registrar!
- He also contributes to Life in the Fast Lane
The ICN founding members
Matthew Mac Partlin