Glenn Eastwood

Intensive Care Research Manager at the Austin Hospital, Melbourne, Australia

Glenn is a Chief Investigator for the Targeted Therapeutic Mild Hypercapnia After Resuscitated Cardiac Arrest randomised controlled trial (TAME Cardiac Arrest Trial). Dr Eastwood holds a Research Doctorate (PhD) with Deakin University in research dedicated to oxygen therapy for patients at risk of respiratory dysfunction. His research program is focused on the impact and outcome of gas management (oxygen and carbon dioxide) in critically ill patients and he has published widely in this area. Glenn also currently manages the Intensive Care research program at the Austin Hospital and is widely acknowledged as a leading research coordinator within the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society - Clinical Trials Group (ANZICS-CTG). In addition, he is the Immediate Past-Chair of the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Research Coordinator Interest Group (IRCIG), an Australian College of Critical Care Nurses (ACCCN) member, and a peer reviewer for Australian Critical Care, Critical CareCritical Care and Resuscitation and the Journal of Clinical Nursing.

Lectures by Glenn Eastwood

Low-Flow Oxygen Therapy in Critical Care

a review

Critical Care Nursing / Lung