Dr Samuel Gluck

BA (Cantab), MA, MB, BChir

Sam Gluck is a UK trained anaesthetist. He emigrated to Australia in 2013 and is now an Advanced ICU trainee.

He commenced his PhD, in 2016, looking at the use of objective data to assess patients before and after critical illness. His research is investigating the use of smartphones to develop novel outcome measures of patient function and activity. Beyond outcomes research, he has an interest in using technology to enable data collection for quality assurance activities and simulation teaching.

He regularly teaches EMST, BASIC and ALS as well as holding a senior lecturer role at Adelaide University where he regularly teaches at Adelaide Health Simulation.

He is balancing research with a new family, with his wife (also called Sam), they had Harry in the Winter of 2017 and Otto in the Autumn of 2019. As an ex-rugby player, he now would include supporting Wales as a hobby. He is in the process of building a house in the small amount of free time available!

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