Elliot Long

Elliot is a Paediatric Emergency Physician working at The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, Victoria. He completed the majority of his Emergency training in Australia, and a fellowship in Critical Care in Vancouver, British Columbia. Elliot’s clinical and research interests are sepsis, airway management, and trauma. Elliot is an ultrasound enthusiast, and recently completed PhD studies looking at the use of ultrasound for fluid resuscitation in sepsis. Elliot is an executive member of the Paediatric Research in Emergency Departments International Collaborative (PREDICT) Network, a member of the Australian Sepsis Network Paediatric Sepsis Advisory Group, and teaches Advanced Paediatric Life Support and Emergency Trauma Management. He is the Australian Chief Principal Investigator for the MRFF-funded PROMPT Bolus RCT and the prospective observational SENTINEL sepsis research study, and the Clinical Lead for the Safer Care Victoria Paediatric Sepsis Quality Improvement Project. He has two children who help keep his life in balance.