Paul Young

Consultant and Researcher in Intensive Care, Wellington, New Zealand

Dr. Paul Young is a key member of the highly successful Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society Clinical Trials Group (ANZICS CTG) and leading member of the New Zealand ICU research community. His primary interest is in the design and conduct of large-scale multi centre randomised controlled trials in the field of Intensive Care Medicine.  Dr. Young is Associate Editor for Critical Care and Resuscitation (the highest impact journal in the field of Intensive Care Medicine outside the US and Europe). Dr. Young has more than 150 publications, including in the New England Journal of Medicine, the Lancet, and JAMA. He is currently involved in collaborations with researchers from Australia, Canada, the USA, the UK, Europe, and Brazil.  Prior to attending medical school, Dr. Young completed a BSc (Hons) at Victoria University of Wellington. He went on to study medicine at the University of Auckland. Dr. Young completed most of his Intensive Care Specialist training in Melbourne, before returning to Wellington where he has worked as an Intensive Care Specialist since 2010. In 2016 he also completed a PhD in clinical research. He is currently the Deputy Director of the Medical Research Institute of New Zealand (MRINZ).  In addition to his MRINZ role, Dr. Young is the co-clinical leader at Wellington ICU and the medical director at Wakefield Hospital ICU.

Lectures by Paul Young

Should we Stress about Ulcer Prophylaxis?

A review of the evidence

Critical Care Medicine / Bowel

Oxygen Therapy in the ICU

A review of the evidence

Critical Care Medicine / Lung

The Problems with Clinical Trials

some common problems encountered in clinical trial design and when evaluating big data

Critical Care Medicine / Research

Potential Solutions to the Problems of Clinical Trial Science

the ways in which clinical trials in critical care medicine are evolving

Critical Care Medicine / Research