Dr Nazir Lone
Nazir Lone is a Senior Clinical Lecturer in Critical Care and Honorary Consultant in Critical Care at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.
Contributor to Year 2 MBChB SCC module
Contributor to Year 3 MBChB Medicine Evidenced Medicine module
Contributor to Year 5 MBChB Medicine clinical modules
Contributor to MPH module: Chronic Desease Epidemiology
Director, Edinburgh Critical Care Research Methods Course
MPH, MD and PhD supervision
Academic Clinical Fellow supervision
His programme of research focuses on health services research and health care quality improvement for acutely ill patients. His research aims to directly improve the quality of care for patients before, during and after an episode of critical illness through rigorously conducted research and engagement with key stakeholders. He has a particular research interest in epidemiological methods and using linked 'big' data.
Current Research Involvement
Survivorship after critical illness: PROFILE study. Preventing early unplanned hospital readmission following critical illness.
Acute liver failure: Long-term outcomes and health care utilisation of patients surviving acute liver failure.
Surgical outcomes: Identification and characterisation of the high Risk surgical population in Scotland.
Vaccine effectiveness: SIVE II study. Use of a large national primary care and laboratory-linked dataset to evaluate live attenuated and trivalent inactivated influenza vaccination effectiveness.
2015 onwards Deputy Director of Research, Intensive Care Foundation
2015 onwards Member of Intensive Care Society Research Committee
2009 onwards Member of Steering Group for Scottish Intensive Care Society Audit Group