Dr. Idun Morris

Dr. Idunn Morris

Clinical Fellow

Medical/professional qualifications

Interdepartmental Division of Critical Care Medicine, University of Toronto
Discipline of Intensive Care Medicine, Nepean Clinical School, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney, Australia

Idunn was born and grew up predominantly in the UK but also lived and attended local schools in both France and Norway. She undertook her undergraduate medical degree at the University of Leeds after which she underwent postgraduate medical training across both the UK and Australia. Following completion of her intensive care medicine training in Sydney (where she now calls home), she returned to the UK to undertake an ECMO and retrieval fellowship ahead of coming to Toronto to further pursue her interests in both clinical and academic ICM.

Area of interests /Research
Mechanical ventilation
Heart-lung interactions
Evidence base in ICM
Medical education

1. Fleet D, Morris I, Faulkner G, Harvey C. Experience with the Crescent® cannula for adult respiratory VV ECMO: a case series. Perfusion. July 2021. doi:10.1177/02676591211031462
2. Morris I, Lane A and Seppelt I. Lung recruitment and positive end-expiratory pressure titration in patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome [letter]. JAMA 2018;319(9):933-4
3. Bowcock E, Morris I, Mclean A and Orde S. Basic critical care echocardiography: How many studies equate to competence? A pilot study using high fidelity echocardiography simulation. JICS 2017;18(3):198-205

Honours and awards
2020 Tutor of the year award, Nepean Clinical School, University of Sydney Medical Program (AU)

Personal Interests
Classical music
Hill walking

Email: Idunn.Morris@googlemail.com

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