Dr Elizabeth Dick, MRCP, FRCR, MD, is a Consultant Radiologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College NHS Trust with expertise in Body MRI, Emergency, Trauma and MSK Radiology, subjects upon which she has published and lectured nationally and internationally. She completed a two year Fellowship in Body MRI, during which time she earned her doctoral degree. She has published several books and a CD Rom for training Radiologists, and taught on numerous UK postgraduate courses to medical and paramedical specialists. She is the President of the British Society of Emergency Radiology and Secretary of the European Society of Emergency Radiology.
Dr Nishat Bharwani is a Consultant Radiologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London. She qualified with honours from Guy’s, King’s & St Thomas’ Medical School in 2000 and undertook basic medical training in London and Brighton, obtaining membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 2003. She completed general Radiology training at St George’s Hospital (2003-2008) and a fellowship in body MRI at Barts and The London NHS Trust (2008-2010), becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists in 2008. Her radiological interests include gynaecological imaging, oncological imaging and urological imaging and she has published in these areas. Dr Bharwani is heavily involved in teaching as joint Training Programme Director for Radiology trainees at Imperial, lead for the NW London panel writing MCQs for the FRCR 2A examination, and regularly delivers lectures and workshops both nationally and internationally.
Dr David Elias is a Consultant MSK Radiologist who has worked at King’s College Hospital, London, since 2001. He trained in radiology at the Royal London Hospital and then completed a one year fellowship programme in musculoskeletal imaging in Toronto, Canada. His interests include patellofemoral joint imaging (on which he has several peer reviewed publications), hand and wrist imaging and sports injury imaging.
Dr Keshthra Satchithananda is a Consultant Radiologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at King’s College Hospital, London, with particular interest in musculoskeletal breast imaging. She trained at King’s College Hospital and was initially a consultant radiologist at Imperial College NHS Trust for 10 years before returning to King’s College Hospital. She has published widely and special interest in imaging post arthroplasty hips.
Prof Tim Harris qualified in Intensive Care Medicine, Emergency and Prehospital Medicine in Australia and the UK. He works in these specialties at the Royal London and Newham University Hospitals, and London HEMS. His research interests are focussed ultrasound, risk scoring in the ED and resuscitation. He is academic lead for the London School Emergency Medicine.
Dr Ffion Davies is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Leicester Royal Infirmary and was previously a consultant at the Royal London Hospital. She was amongst the first trainees in the country to use the MRCPCH as the post-graduate qualification to enter registrar training in Emergency Medicine.
She believes that emergency medicine personnel should have clinical knowledge and skills as good for children, as for adults. To this end has worked on the National Service Framework for Children, serves on several national committees representing both the Faculty of Accident & Emergency Medicine and the Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health, and has published a book on Minor Trauma in Children and a DVD called “Spotting the Sick Child”.
Dr Carl Waldmann, Consultant in Intensive Care and Anaesthesia and Director of Infection Control, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading.
Member of the Council of the Intensive Care Society and chair of the section of Technology Assessment and Health Informatics of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine. Editor of the journal of Care of the Critically Ill and immediate past editor of the Journal of Intensive Care Society.