Dr Adrian Wong, Dr Jonathan Wilkinson & Prof Manu Malbrain

Adrian Wong is a consultant in Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia in Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He is an examiner for the European Diploma of Intensive Care Medicine and a member of the ESICM Clinical Training Committee. He is also a member of the executive team of the International Fluid Academy and sits as faculty at the Critical Care Symposuim, Manchester. His current areas of interest include clinical governance, critical care ultrasound and medical education.

Jonny Wilkinson is a Consultant in Intensive Care and Anaesthesia at Northampton General Hospital. He graduated from the University of Liverpool Medical School in 1999 and gained his MRCP before completion of ITU and Anaesthesia training in 2009 from the Nottingham School of Anaesthesia. He is the founder of Critical Care Northampton and editor-in-chief of the Oxford Specialist Handbook of Thoracic Anaesthesia. His current areas of interest lie within research, point of care ultrasound in critical care and social media in medicine. He is an active blogger and promoter of free open access medicine (FOAM). He sits on the faculty for the International Fluid Academy, as well as the Critical Care Symposium, Manchester. @wilkinsonjonny

Since Oct 2017 Prof Manu Malbrain, internist-intensivist, is the director of the Intensive Care Department at the University Hospital in Brussels (UZB), Belgium and Professor at the Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacology at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium. Before he has been the medical hospital, ICU and High Care Burn Unit director of the ZNA Stuivenberg and St-Erasmus hospitals for 15 years, in Antwerp, Belgium. He is the founding President and current Treasurer of the Abdominal Compartment Society (WSACS), formerly known as the World Society on Abdominal Compartment Syndrome and co-founder of the International Fluid Academy. Besides IAP and fluids, his favorite topic is less invasive (hemodynamic) monitoring and he enjoys his active involvement in (bedside) teaching and education of medical trainees and students. In 2003 he was the first ESICM Chris Stoutenbeek Award winner in Amsterdam with a study protocol on different intra-abdominal pressure measurement methods. In 2007 he defended his PhD thesis on the same topic. He is author and co-author of over 300 peer-reviewed articles, reviews, editorials, book chapters and even two whole books on ACS. @manu_malbrain