Dr Andrew Stuart Lane
C25 Nepean Clinical school
I graduated from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK in 1997 with MBBS. After commencing postgraduate training in Anaesthesia, I moved to Australia in 2002 to specialise in ICM. I gained my FCICM in 2005 and commenced my appointment at Sydney Medical School in 2007 as a Senior Lecturer in Critical Care Medicine, and as Staff Specialist in Intensive Care Medicine at Nepean Hospital. At present I am completing my PhD thesis, and am commencing the MQHR (master of qualitative health research). I am also a keen swimmer and attempted to swim the English Channel in 2009, but was prevented from doing so by poor weather. We will return to the shores of the UK to conquer the channel in the future.
At present I am completing my PhD thesis entitled
'What factors are important in the learning and teaching of professional values, related to open disclosure communication (ODC) following medication error?'
In the future i intend use quantitative methods to explore communication and education topics within the speciality of intensive care medicine
At present I teach stage 1,2 and 3 students at the Nepean Clinical School. I am especially involved in teaching students skills and technique for the OSCE and long case examinations.