Matt qualified as an RN (Child) at King’s College London in 2000. His professional background is in Paediatric Intensive Care (PICU) and Paediatric Cardiac Intensive Care. During his 14 years experience in PICU, Matt has undertaken varied roles, including Charge Nurse and South Thames Retrieval Service Co-ordinator. In 2012, Matt completed a Master’s degree in Advanced Nursing Practice with a focus on Education.
Matt currently works as a Lecturer Practitioner, his time shared between the roles of Nurse Education Lead on PICU at the Evelina Children’s London Hospital and lecturer in Paediatric Critical Care and Paediatric Cardiac care at King’s College London. In addition to this Matt provides external professional advice to the Health Ombudsman in the UK Government and sits on the national committee for PICU education in the UK.
Matt started volunteering with Dr Novick in 2008 at the International Children’s Heart Foundation. His specific professional interests are multi-disciplinary education, human factors, hi-fidelity simulation and e-learning. He works with Novick Cardiac Alliance as Education Consultant.