Lieutenant Colonel Ross Moy (Twitter: @ross_moy) is a consultant in Emergency and Pre-Hospital Medicine in the British Army. During training he undertook Fellowships in Critical Care, Aeromedical Retrieval and Pre-Hospital medicine. He has deployed overseas several times, including operational tours of Iraq and Afghanistan.He is now an EM Consultant at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow and EMRS Scotland. He is also the Clinical Director of MERT Training and has clinical interests in austere care, human factors and ethics.
He is married to Pauline, with two enthusiastic sons, and a lazy Labrador. He is a dreadful guitarist, and reasonable runner. He also enjoys hillwalking, skiing and whisky. (Nb. Ross' words, I'm not being judgemental!)
I really enjoyed talking to Ross about his career, trauma care, human factors, medical education, and much more.
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