Dr Joe Brierley has been a Consultant in Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) since 2004.
Dr Brierley is the GOSH Clinical Lead for organ donation, works as a Consultant with the Children’s Acute Transport Service (CATS) and is Chair of the Local Research Ethics Committee and Vice-Chair of the GOSH Clinical Ethics Committee.
Alongside this, Dr Brierley is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University College London (UCL) Great Ormond Street Institute Child Health.
• Paediatric and neonatal intensive care, organ support
• Acute trauma and traumatic brain injury
• Palliative care and intensive care
• Shock and severe infections
• Medical ethics
• Hospital Acquired Infections (HCAI)
• MBChB University of Leeds 1993
• Member of the Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh 1996
• Fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health 1998
• MA in Medical Ethics and Law, Keele University 2004
• MPhil in Medical Ethics, Keele 2005
• Fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
• Member of Paediatric Intensive Care Society
• Member of the British Medical Association
• Member European Society Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Medicine
• Member of the Society of Critical Care Medicine (USA)
• Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine
• Septic shock and hemodynamics
• Medical ethics
• End of life care and ICU
• Organ donation in childhood
News & Publications
Larcher, V., Brierley, J., 2014. Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) – diagnosis and moral policing; an ethical dilemma for paediatricians. Archives of Disease in Childhood. 99(11) pp. 969-970.
Turnham, H. L., Radcliffe, T., Brierley, J., 2015. Paediatric Mental Health Association and British Association for Child and Adolescent Public Health and Ethics and Law Forum: G495 Innovative treatments for children: a single centre review of clinical ethics committee discussion. Archives of Disease in Childhood. 100(3).
Brierley, J., Larcher, V., 2011 Emergency research in children: options for ethical recruitment. Journal of Medical Ethics. 37(7). pp. 429-432.
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