Time: 02:05PM – 02:35PM
Topic: Sepsis Recognition Tools: What we have and what we need
Dr Szakmany is a Consultant in Intensive Care and Anaesthesia at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board. He graduated at the University of Pecs, Hungary, where he then went on to gain his PhD in Critical Care.
Tamas’s research interests have always encompassed a broad spectrum of critical care practices: from monitoring and modulation of the inflammatory response in sepsis and after major surgery to long-term outcomes following critical care discharge and also participating actively in large randomized controlled trials.
Tamas has always been passionate to work with medical students, to help them realize their potential: his last few publications are all collaborations with medical students at Cardiff University with whom he developed an award-winning research programme on the epidemiology of sepsis on the general wards.