|Dr Monica Trivedi has been a Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthetics at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge since 2010. She studied medicine at St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical College, London and went on to train in Medicine, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine in various hospitals in the East of England, as well as two posts in Australia. She has a special interest in detecting and managing deteriorating ward patients and has set up a successful Intensivist-led Rapid Response Team as well as setting up various protocols to improve safety for ward patients. Dr Trivedi also runs the John Farman ICU Follow Up clinic which offers multidisciplinary follow up to ICU survivors, where hearing patient experiences of their ICU stay has taught how our care can have long term consequences for critically ill patients.|
|Dr. Vilas Navapurkar is a consultant in Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia, The John Farman Intensive Care Unit, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge
Dr. Vilas Navapurkar is the senior specialist clinician in general Intensive Care medicine in Addenbrooke’s Hospital where he has been a consultant for 20 years. He led the unit as Director of Intensive Care from 2010-2015. The care provided on the ICU is universally acknowledged to be world class in its outcomes and its patient-centred ethos.
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|Dr Toni Staykova, is a specialist physician/geriatrician with over 20 years clinical experience in internal and geriatric medicine. She was a consultant geriatrician at Auckland City Hospital and Senior Lecturer in Geriatric Medicine at the Auckland University School of Medicine. For the last 8y Toni has been involved in leading EU funded clinical innovation projects at Cambridge University Hospitals and international education programs. Toni is a founding member of UKeMED and a Vice President for International Education and Innovations. At present she devotes her time to the implementation of the UKeMED educational services and the collaborative research and innovation initiatives.|
|Mr Leonard Shapiro is an eminent cardiologists practicing in the Royal Papworth Hospital, university of Cambridge. He was trained in London and has developed many techniques for interventional cardiology and holds a number of patents for devices. He has been a university teacher for 30 years and has trained many generations of cardiologists in Cambridge. He is the medical adviser to the Football Association of England and has a specialist interest in sports cardiology. He has published more than 140 peer review articles and 12 textbooks.|