Nigel is currently working as a clinical and research consultant for F&P Healthcare as well as a Clinical Specialist in the Intensive Care at Austin Health, Melbourne, Australia. Prior to this, Nigel was the Clinical Nurse Educator for the Intensive Care Unit and Post Graduate Intensive care course at Austin Health. He has been working in Intensive Care since 1992 having completed Graduate Diplomae in both Critical Care Nursing and Education. Nigel has undertaken many research and quality activities in Intensive Care and has presented as a keynote speaker at multiple scientific meetings in Australia, the United States, Europe and Asia.
Nigel has completed his PhD in association with Griffith University concentrating on circuit life in CRRT. Nigel has over 50 peer-reviewed publications devoted to many aspects of care relating to Intensive care practice. These include the application of oxygen and humidification systems, renal replacement therapies, advanced blood purification techniques, artificial liver support therapies, clinical technology advances, as well as quality and education activities in the ICU.
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