Jude Partridge works as a consultant geriatrician with the Perioperative care of Older People undergoing Surgery (POPS) team at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK where she predominantly works with the POPS-vascular service. She is an honorary senior lecturer at King’s College London with research interests in health services research, delirium and frailty […]
Walter R. Peters, MD, MBA, FACS, FASCRS Dr. Peters is Vice-President of Surgery-North Texas at Baylor Scott & White Health and Chief of the Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, TX. He is the NSQIP Surgeon Champion and Safety Officer for the Department of Surgery. He has been […]
Specialist Anaesthetist, University Hospital Lewisham, London
Rupert Pearse graduated in 1996 from St George’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK. After time working in general medicine and anaesthesia, he returned to St George’s Hospital where he developed many of his current research interests and completed his training in Intensive Care Medicine. In 2006, he was appointed Senior Lecturer in Intensive Care Medicine […]
Locum Consultant Anaesthetist, University College London Hospital, London
Dr Michael Parker is a consultant in Intensive Care Medicine & Anaesthesia at Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester. He co-established a pre-operative CPET service in 2007. Research interests include improving the positive predictive value of pre-operative assessment.
Judith Partridge Trained in Bristol and North West Thames region. PhD examining the role of comprehensive geriatric assessment on improving outcomes in older vascular surgical patients (to be completed 2015). Appointed Consultant Physician in General and Elderly Medicine in 2015, clinical lead for vascular Proactive care for Older People undergoing Surgery (POPS).
Consultant Anaesthetist, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle-upon-Tyne James trained and graduate in King’s before moving to the North East to undertake anaesthetic training and became a Consultant Anaesthetist at the Freeman Hospital in 2012. His clinical week mainly involves hepatobiliary surgery including liver and pancreas transplantation and pre-assessment of the major surgical patient incorporating the cardiopulmonary exercise […]
Jeremy is Emeritus Professor of Clinical Nutrition at Barts and the London. He introduced, with John Lennard-Jones, the big bag approach to parenteral nutrition to the UK, and they were the first to send patients home on parenteral nutrition in this country. Research interests have included studies of protein turnover in critical illness, the use […]
Consultant interventional cardiologist / Clinical director of adult and paediatric cardio-respiratory medicine Cardiothoracic Unit, Freeman Hospital Graduated from Edinburgh in 1990. After house jobs in Edinburgh was appointed to medical rotation in Newcastle. Cardiology specialist training at the Freeman, Newcastle and the Royal Brompton and St George’s Hospitals, London. MD from Imperial College National Heart […]