image credit:  SnaPsi Сталкер


Summary:  Alexandra Bolger

Editors:  Luke Collett, Sam Orton


With Dr Luke Collett, Intensive Care Fellow, Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, Australia


James chats to Luke Collett about how to prepare for your first ICU night shift as a junior doctor and what to expect from a typical day when working in the ICU.

Dr Luke Collett is an ICU Clinical Fellow at Royal North Shore Hospital. After separate diversions into Emergency Medicine and Infectious Diseases, he completed his ICU clinical training in 2016. Luke has recently returned from a fellowship year in Severe Respiratory Failure and ECMO at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London. He is a keen educator, trained simulation instructor and faculty on a number of courses. Luke has previously run the MET calls workshop at the NSW Pre-Intern Conference.


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Tips for Junior Doctors on an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) rotation