Specialty Registrar in Intensive Care Medicine,
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Chris Duncan is a Specialist Registrar in Intensive Care Medicine in London, UK. He completed his early medical training in the Midlands before moving to the south of England. Early exposure to POCUS in Emergency and Acute Medicine highlighted the immense potential for patient care and he rapidly gained accreditation in the available specialty pathways. Since, he has completed a Critical Care Echocardiography Fellowship at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham specialising in echo within cardiothoracic critical care, transplantation and mechanical circulatory support. He has attained proficiency accreditation in BSE Level 2 (ACCE) accreditation along with providing mentorship and supervision for FUSIC, FAMUS, RCEM and BSE accreditation pathways. Chris has experience in mentoring and has aided medical colleagues and AHPs to achieve proficiency accreditation in various US disciplines. He has organised and taught on nationally approved US courses and given talks at regional and international conferences advocating for POCUS education. WIth an interest in IT, he has created the free open access medical education website www.GeneralistUltrasound.com to support trainees gain their US accreditation. Alongside Dr Clare, he has recently completed the textbook Ultrasound for the Generalist: A Guide to Point of Care Imaging published by Cambridge University Press.