John Myburgh

Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, The George Institute, Australia

Professor John A Myburgh is Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, UNSW Sydney, Director of the Critical Care Division at the George Institute for Global Health and Senior Intensive Care Physician at the St. George Hospital, Sydney.
He has an internationally recognised reputation as a clinical researcher having conducted over 30 trials in fundamental aspects of Intensive Care Medicine including haemodynamic management, traumatic brain injury, sepsis and acute kidney injury. He established the ANZICS Clinical Trials Group with collaborators in 1994 and leads an internationally 2 recognised Intensive Care Medicine research program at the George Institute with extensive national and international networks. His research program is focused on improving cost-effective patient-centred outcomes in critically ill patients through high-quality trials that are internationally generalisable.
He is a Past-President of the College of Intensive Care Medicine of Australia and New Zealand and Past Secretary-General of the World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine

Lectures by John Myburgh

Infection Control of the Gut

A review

Critical Care Medicine / Bowel

Vasoactive Drugs: Facts and Fallacies

A review of the evidence

Critical Care Medicine / Pharmacology

Vasoactive Drugs: Facts and Fallacies

A review of the evidence

Emergency Medicine / Pharmacology