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Anesthesiologist , physician , army officer

Stephen James Brett, British intensive care physician, anesthesiologist, former army officer. Fellow Royal College Anaesthetists, Royal Society Medicine; member Intensive Care Society, American Thoracic Society, European Society Intensive Care Medicine.

Background

Brett, Stephen James was born on March 22, 1964 in Solihul, England. Son of James Scott and Margaret Anne Brett.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, BChir, University Birmingham, England, 1987. Doctor of Medicine, University Birmingham, England, 1998.

Career

Commissioned captain Royal Army Medical Corps, 1988. Advanced through grades to major Royal Army Medical Corps., 1995. Resigned Royal Army Medical Corps, 1995.

Doverdale fellow Royal Brompton Hosp,, London, 1995-1997. Consultant in intensive care medicine and anesthesia Hammersmith Hospital, since 1998.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow Royal College Anaesthetists, Royal Society Medicine. Member Intensive Care Society, American Thoracic Society, European Society Intensive Care Medicine.

Connections

father:
James Scott

mother:
Margaret Anne Brett