Daniel Conway qualified in Manchester and after spending time travelling in Asia, embarked on a career as an Anaesthetist with a special interest in Intensive Care. As a registrar, Daniel led a randomized controlled trial of fluid optimization guided by the oesophageal Doppler (ODM) during bowel surgery. This work demonstrated the usefulness of the oesophageal Doppler and was published in Anaesthesia in 2002. Daniel is one of three clinical leads for the National Technology Adoption Centre Project into implementing ODM across the UK www.howtowhyto.nhs.uk.
Dr Conway was appointed to a consultant at Central Manchester NHS Foundation Trust in 2001 and has specialised in anaesthesia and Critical Care. Dr Conway was the Anaesthetic Equipment lead at Manchester Royal Infirmary completing two major capital projects introducing new anaesthetic machines and monitoring for anaesthesia and Intensive Care.
Daniel is the Meetings Secretary for the Association of North Western Intensive Care Units www.anwicu.org.uk and is involved in the undergraduate clinical skills curriculum, currently holding an honorary lecturer post at Manchester University.