I have an interest in preoperative risk stratification and prehabilitation. My research involves the objective measurement of physical activity levels in high-risk elderly patients in the preoperative period. I hope to use this research to better understand, stratify and potentially reduce perioperative risk in the future, as well as facilitating better informed shared decision-making in the perioperative period.
I am the trainee lead and local study coordinator for the RAFT DALES project at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
I obtained a BA (Hons) in Natural Sciences (Biological and Biomedical Sciences) from the University of Cambridge in 2006. Following this I studied medicine at the University of Cambridge, qualifying in 2010. I have been a Specialty Registrar in Anaesthesia in the East of England since 2012 and I am currently undertaking a one-year research fellowship in the University of Cambridge Division of Anaesthesia.
My clinical interests include Perioperative Medicine, Major General and Vascular Anaesthesia and Obstetric Anaesthesia.
Alongside my clinical and research work I also held the post of Trainee Representative for the East Anglian Obstetric Anaesthetists Group (2017-2018).
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