South London Intensive Care Echo
Critical Care Echo Education Enthusiasts
We are a group of critical care specialists and echo education enthusiasts working across South London. We aim to provide the very best critical care echo learning experiences through our acclaimed hands on echo courses, free online educational resources, monthly educational meetings and annual conference.
South London Intensive Care Echo Founders
Founder of SLICE and the St George's FUSIC program director - Jon is a St George's Consultant in Critical Care and Anaesthesia. He is on the national FUSIC Commitee, is a FUSIC Mentor, has a Diploma in Critical Care Echo and is Echo lead for St George's. His interests include haemodynamic monitoring, critical care echo and post-graduate medical education.
Jonah co-founded SLICE and is a Consultant in Critical Care at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals. Jonah is a FUSIC Mentor having completed a Critical Care Echo fellowship at St Thomas'. He has a postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Ultrasound with the University of Melbourne and is Critical Care Echo and Undergraduate Education Lead at Guys and St Thomas' Hospitals.
Richard is a Consultant in Critical Care at King's College Hospital. He undertook a post-CCT fellowship in peri-operative and critical care echocardiography at the Royal Brompton Hospital and holds the EACVI accreditations in TTE and TOE. He is a member of the British Society of Echocardiography's education committee where he is lead for training in level 1 echo.
Gabor is a Consultant in Cardiac and General Intensive Care as well as a Cardiac Anaesthetist at St George’s Hospital. He took post-CCT fellowship in TOE and Cardiac Anaesthesia followed by a TTE fellowship in ICU at the Mater Hospital in Dublin. He holds the European Society of Cardiology accreditations in both TTE and TOE. He is an EDEC and FUSIC mentor and supervisor.
Sarah is a South London Anaesthetic Registrar who attends to SLICE's adminstration and helps organise our courses. She was amongst the first to gain FICE accreditation with the St George's echo program and has progressed to become a member of the teaching faculty. She has presented on echo education at a number of conferences.