Carl is a paediatric registrar in the UK, passionate about paediatric emergency medicine, parental education, puppies and bad puns.
A proud supporter of clinician welfare and an enthusiastic lifelong learner, he is currently adventuring in London completing a fellowship in quality improvement methodology.
As a child he was “good at imagination.” As an adult his head is usually in the clouds with dreams of holodeck style education, StarTrek-like eutopian workplaces and childhood health free from adversity.
He has collaborated with Spotting the Sick Child, the Advanced Life Support Group, East Midlands Emergency Educational Media and Don’t Forget the Bubbles. He is an instructor for Child Protection Recognition and Response, a trained lead in simulation and a tireless supporter of multidisciplinary education.
He himself is learning to say “no” and is quickly realising there is more to life than work. He enjoys sunshine filled dog walks and swimming in the sea whenever possible. In his new role in PEDSIG he hopes to bring a widened sense of belonging and comradery to all those who work for and with children supporting equality, diversity and inclusion in paediatrics.