Dr Ashley Miller MBChB FRCA FFICM

Written By: Chloe Wilson, BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy
Reviewed by: KPE Medical Review Board

Dr Miller is on the GMC register

Dr Ashley Miller is a Consultant Intensivist (Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia) at Shrewsbury & Telford NHS Trust, UK, and a Fellow of Royal College of Anaesthetists.

Dr Miller, is national expert in Intensive Care Ultrasound. He is on the British Society of Echocardiography Critical Care Accreditation Committee and is a BSE examiner.

Ashley is also Chair of the Core Ultrasound in Intensive Care (CUSIC) committee.

Dr Miller was the 1st person to become BSE accredited in Critical Care Echocardiography. He is BSE level 2 accredited, an ICS council member and has co-authored the GPICS guidelines for ultrasound.

As a member of the Core Ultrasound in Intensive Care (CUSIC) committee, Ashley has helped introduce a curriculum and accreditation pathway for lung, vascular and abdominal ultrasound for critical care doctors.

Dr Miller organises ICS CUSIC courses and teaches on numerous other ultrasound courses around the country. He is a regular speaker at international conferences and an enthusiastic trainer.

Ashley has also published articles on lung ultrasound and national guidelines for the assessment of fluid responsiveness with echocardiography. He is co-editing a forthcoming textbook on critical care ultrasound and is the founder of icmteaching.com

Dr Ashley Miller is a member of the General Medical Council (UK equivalent of board certified) GMC membership number: 6027334. We are delighted to welcome him to the Knee Pain Explained Medical Review Board.

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