Carol Peden, BSc, MB ChB, MD, FRCA, FFICM, FFMLM, MPH.
Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, and Associate Medical
Director for Quality Improvement at the Royal United Hospital, Bath. She
is Critical Care Lead for the South West of England Patient Safety
programme and Peri-operative Lead for the Danish Safety programme. She
teaches regularly on quality and safety internationally.
In 2008/2009 she spent a year at the Institute of Healthcare Improvement
in the US and completed a Masters degree (MPH) in Clinical
Effectiveness at Harvard University. She is a Fellow of the NHS
Improvement Faculty , the Faculty of Medical Leaders and Managers, the
Royal College of Anaesthestists and the Faculty of Intensive Care
Medicine, U.K. She is passionate about improving care for critically ill
patients and is National Clinical Director for Enhanced Recovery
pathways in Emergency General Surgery. She is an author of major papers,
books, reviews and standards including Quality Indicators for the
Intensive Care Society U.K.
Areas of Expertise:
Surgical Safety, Anesetesiology.