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  • 1. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 Academic Positions 2001-current Senior Lecturer in Intensive Care, Department of Medicine (Northern Clinical School), University of Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 2001-current Clinical Epidemiologist in Intensive Care, Intensive Therapy Unit, Royal North Shore Hospital, St. Leonards, New South Wales, Australia. 1999-2001 Assistant Professor, Division of Critical Care Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. 1999 Short Term Consultant, World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Western Pacific, Manila, Philippines. 1994-2001 Analytical Epidemiologist, Victoria Hospital Research Institute, London Health Sciences Centre, Victoria Campus, London, Ontario, Canada. 1995-1999 Lecturer, Division of Critical Care Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. 1993-1996 Consultant in Biostatistics, Biostatistical Support Unit, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. 1992-1993 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. 1991-1993 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Population Medicine, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Education 1992-1999 Ph.D. Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Western Ontario, London, Ont., Supervisor: JMcD Robertson Thesis: Severity of illness scoring in the ICU: A comparison of logistic regression with artificial neural networks. 1994-1996 Critical Care Research Fellowship, Program in Critical Care Medicine, University of Western Ontario, London, Ont., Supervisor: WJ Sibbald Thesis: Anti-endotoxin or surfactant therapy in an ovine model of hyperdynamic normotensive sepsis. 1987-1992 M.Sc. Department of Population Medicine, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ont. Supervisor: RM Friendship Thesis: An evaluation of techniques to improve gilt reproductive performance. 1986-1991 D.V.M. (with Honours), Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ont. 1984-1987 B.Sc. College of Physical Sciences, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ont. Academic Awards and Achievements 2001 Quality Week Hospital Visitor, John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle, Australia, Oct 22nd to 26th . 2000 Year 2000 Royal Perth Hospital Visiting Professor, Department of Medicine, Royal Perth Hospital and the University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia, Sept 25 to Oct 19. 1998 Australian and New Zealand Faculty of Intensive Care Foundation Visitor’s Medal, Awarded at the 24th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Faculty of Intensive Care and the Australian and New Zealand College of Anesthetists, Newcastle, Australia, May 2-4. 1996 Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 1996 In-Training Fellow Award, Awarded at the SCCM’s 25th Educational and Scientific Symposium, New Orleans, LA, Feb 6. 1996 1st Prize, 2nd Annual McMaster University/University of Western Ontario Critical Care Fellows Research Day, Hamilton, Ontario, May 23. Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 1
  • 2. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 1995 1st Prize, 1st Annual McMaster University/University of Western Ontario Critical Care Fellows Research Day, London, Ontario, May 30. 1994 2nd Prize, University of Western Ontario Critical Care Fellows Research Day, London, Ontario, May 16. 1994 Special Graduate Scholarship, Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Western Ontario. 1983 Full Entrance Scholarship, University of Guelph. Peer-review Journal Affiliations: 2004- present, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Referee. 2003- present, Intensive Care Medicine, Referee. 2002-present, Critical Care Medicine, Referee. 1999-2000, Chest, Referee. Internet-based Initiatives Evidence-based decision making outreach site http://www.EvidenceBased.net Web-based simulated patient teaching cases http://www.AcademicHealthScience.net/ce Regional outreach site http://ahsn.lhsn.on.ca Breast cancer outreach site (under development) http://www.BreastCancerCare.net Secure research site (guest passwords available upon request) https://www.AcademicHealthScience.net Grants and Awards (Principal Investigator denoted with italics.) Total grant funding obtained: $13,363,640.00 2004-2005. Chambers A, Bramwell VHC, Tuck AB and Doig GS. Osteopontin and breast cancer: functional contribution to malignancy and potential as a plasma and tumor marker of progression. Canadian Breast Cancer Research Initiative Research Grant. Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the National Cancer Institute of Canada. $69,205. 2003-2004 Doig GS, Finfer S, Simpson F, Dobb G, Mitchell I and Davies A. Developing and evaluating evidence-based guidelines for nutritional support in the intensive care unit: A cluster randomised trial. Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Foundation, $548,000. 2002-2003 Bramwell VHC, Doig GS, Tuck A and Chambers A. Predicting response to treatment, and outcome, in metastatic breast cancer: a comparison between a novel circulating tumor marker (osteopontin) and clinically approved serum markers (CEA, Ca 15.3, ECD/HER-2). Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Ontario Division, $93,078. 2002. Doig GS. Development of a computer-based teaching model for the management of sepsis. Unrestricted educational grant from Eli Lilly Australia Pty. Limited, $11,000. 2001-2003 Hillman K, Bellomo R, Finfer S and Doig GS. Medical early response intervention and therapy (MERIT): A cluster randomised trail. National Health and Medical Research Council and State and National Governments. $1,124,429. Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 2
  • 3. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 2001-2004. Chambers A, Bramwell VHC, Tuck AB and Doig GS. Osteopontin and breast cancer: functional contribution to malignancy and potential as a plasma and tumor marker of progression. Canadian Breast Cancer Research Initiative Research Grant. Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the National Cancer Institute of Canada. $403,770. 2001. McKinley S, Aitken L, Doig G and Liu J. A literature review of models of nursing education and training. Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, Commonwealth of Australia. $35,031. 2000-2001. Chambers A, Bramwell VHC, Tuck AB and Doig GS. The role of the secreted phosphoprotein osteopontin in metastatic breast cancer: Clinical and experimental studies. The Canadian Breast Cancer Research Initiative, National Cancer Institute of Canada. $64,563. 2000-ongoing. Bourne R, Adolph S, Lee L and Doig GS. The Ontario Joint Replacement Waiting List Optimization Database. The Ontario Ministry of Health. $2,800,000 start-up plus $2,000,000 per year on-going. 2000. Doig GS. The development and use of a secure web site to facilitate a collaborative approach to utilization management at 14 regional hospitals in Ontario. Ontario Hospital Association and the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences. $33,400. 1999-2000 Doig GS, Martin CM and Webster G. A portal web site to promote evidence-based decision making. The Canadian Health Services Research Foundation Communications Infrastructure Development Fund. $18,000 ($32,500 in kind). 1999-2000 Martin CM, Doig GS, Chin-Yee I and Sibbald WJ. Albumin compared to crystalloid for intravascular volume therapy of sepsis. Bayer Blood Partnership Fund. $187,280. 1999. Doig GS. Development of a computer-based teaching model for the treatment of hypertensive crisis. Unrestricted educational grant from Bayer Healthcare Inc., $5,000. 1998-1999. Doig GS and Sibbald WJ. Development of a website to promote evidence-based teaching and practice in the field of transfusion medicine. An unrestricted educational grant from Baxter Healthcare. $88,900. 1998-1999. Sibbald WJ, Doig GS, Inman KJ and Adamson B. Creating a regional evidence-based clinical guidelines panel. The Ontario Hospital Association Change Foundation. $205,075. 1998. Doig GS. Development of a computer-based teaching model for treatment of acute myocardial infarction. Unrestricted educational grant from Hoffmann-LaRoche Limited Canada, $5,000. 1997-2000. Chambers A, Tuck AB, Bramwell VHC, Doig GS, Tonkin K, O’Malley F and Harris JF. The role of the secreted phosphoprotein osteopontin in metastatic breast cancer: clinical and experimental studies. The Canadian Breast Cancer Research Initiative, National Cancer Institute of Canada. $375,000 1997. Doig GS. Use of the World Wide Web to facilitate the conduct of a Phase II FDA licensing trial. Eli Lilly Canada Inc. $23,500. 1996-1999. Edmonds M , Bauer M, Lutfiyya H, Doig GS, Mahon J. Design and implementation of a Phase II randomized control trial to evaluate the efficacy of the Vista 350 Telephone as a tool to communicate the results of home monitoring of diabetes mellitus to a central database: Home Monitoring Module: 1998-1999. Bayer Healthcare Inc. $60,000. 1997-1998. HEALNet/RELAIS Clinical Theme $36,000. 1996-1997. HEALNet/RELAIS Clinical Theme $32,060. 1996. HEALNet/RELAIS Clinical Theme $ 7,750. Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 3
  • 4. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 1996-1997. Edmonds M , Bauer M, Lutfiyya H, Doig GS, Mahon J. Development and evaluation of the Vista 350 Telephone as a tool to communicate the results of home monitoring of diabetes mellitus to a central database: Clinical Data Module: 1996-1997. HEALNet/RELAIS Informatics Theme. $32,337 1996. Bell Innovations. $45,000 1996. HEALNet/RELAIS Informatics Theme $22,250 1996. Doig GS and Sibbald WJ. Development of a computer-based teaching model for nutritional management of the critically ill patient. Unrestricted educational grant from Sandoz Nutrition Canada, $5,000. 1996. Doig GS and Sibbald WJ. The effect of DCLHb vs. whole blood in a critically ill, high blood-loss surgery model. Baxter Healthcare, $186,592. 1996. Doig GS, Sibbald WJ, Carruthers G, Anis A, Russell J and the CURE Study Group. Development and evaluation of guidelines for the appropriate use of antibiotics in the ICU. Bayer Canada Inc., Pharmaceuticals Division., $76,960. 1995. Young GB, Doig GS and Rutledge FR. An assessment of continuous EEG monitoring in the general ICU. Victoria Hospital Research Development Fund, $11,000. 1995. Doig GS, Chin-Yee I and Sibbald WJ. Diaspirin crosslinked hemoglobin in an ovine model of sepsis. Baxter Healthcare, $115,219. 1995. Doig GS and Sibbald WJ. Polymyxin-Dextran anti-endotoxin therapy in an ovine model of normotensive sepsis: post-onset treatment effects. Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corp., New Jersey, USA, $272,022. 1995. Doig GS and Sibbald WJ. Anti-cytokine therapy in an antibiotic treated peritonitis model of sepsis: dose ranging study. Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corp., Basle, Switzerland, $40,771. 1994. Sibbald WJ, Martin CW and Doig GS. Anti-endotoxin or surfactant therapy in an ovine model of hyperdynamic normotensive sepsis: prophylactic treatment effects. Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corp., New Jersey, USA, $143,000. 1993-1994. Doig GS. Nosocomial infection surveillance in the ICU: A risk stratification approach. Department of Microbiology and Infection Control, Victoria Hospital Corp., $50,000. 1991. Martin WS, Friendship RM, Doig GS and Templeton C. Seasonal Infertility in Ontario; a report commissioned by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food, $100,000. 1990. Friendship RM and Doig GS. Puberty induction using exogenous gonadotrophins, Intervet Canada Inc., $5,000. Academic Presentations Invited Speaker. 11th Annual Congress of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine, Nagpur, February 2005. Workshop Leader "Evidence-based medicine 1 day course." 11th Annual Congress of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine, Nagpur, February 2005. Invited Speaker. "Evidence-based guidelines for nutritional support in the ICU: Results of an Australian and New Zealand cluster randomized trial." 30th Annual Scientific Meeting, Australasian Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, Auckland, New Zealand, October 28th – 30th , 2004. Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 4
  • 5. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 Invited Speaker. "Quality care is always evidence based." 30th Annual Scientific Meeting, Australasian Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, Auckland, New Zealand, October 28th – 30th , 2004. Invited Speaker, "Evidence-based guidelines for nutritional support in the ICU: Results of an Australian and New Zealand cluster randomized trial." The Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society, 29th Annual Scientific Meeting, Melbourne, October 7th to 10th , 2004. Invited Speaker, "Phase 2 RCTS in the Critically Ill." The Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society, 29th Annual Scientific Meeting, Melbourne, October 7th to 10th , 2004. Invited Speaker. "Evidence-based guidelines for nutritional support in the ICU: Impact on renal dysfunction." International Symposium on Critical Care Nephrology, Melbourne, October 5th to 7th , 2004. Invited Speaker. "Clinical decision making - hospital based." 7th International Clinical Nutrition Symposium and the 4th International Conference of the Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Societies, Brisbane, August 11 to 13, 2004. Workshop Leader. "Effective literature searching: A core skill for the practice of EBM." 16th Annual Australian Intensive Care Registrars Course, University of Melbourne, July 23-25, 2004. Invited Speaker. "Evidence-based medicine: What is it and why should I care?" 16th Annual Australian Intensive Care Registrars Course, University of Melbourne, July 23-25, 2004. Invited Speaker. "EBM in action: Nutrition in the ICU" 16th Annual Australian Intensive Care Registrars Course, University of Melbourne, July 23-25, 2004. Invited Speaker “A review of the true methodological quality of intensive care feeding trials: Time for improvement.” Sixth Annual Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society’s Clinical Trials Group, Noosa, March 19-21, 2004. Plenary Session Address. "Practicing evidence-based medicine when there are no RCTs." 10th Annual Congress of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine, Mumbai, February 4-8, 2004. Invited Speaker. "Pro/Con Debate: Evidence-based therapy in critically ill patients: Is this the only way forward? " 10th Annual Congress of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine, Mumbai, February 4-8, 2004. Workshop Leader. "Evidence-based medicine 1 day course." 10th Annual Congress of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine, Mumbai, February 4-8, 2004. Meeting Co-chair. "Evidence-based guidelines for nutritional support of the critically ill: Guideline development conference." An Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society Clinical Trials Group endorsed project. Coogee, October 27-28, 2003. Invited Speaker. “Methodological quality of feeding research: An overview.” The Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society 28th Annual Scientific Meeting, Cairns, September 10th to 14th , 2003. Invited Speaker. “Peri-operative nutrition: An evidence-based overview.” 15th GE Medical Australian Intensive Care Registrars Course, University of Melbourne, July 25-27, 2003. Workshop Leader. “Efficient literature searching: A core skill for the practice of EBM.” 15th GE Medical Australian Intensive Care Registrars Course, University of Melbourne, July 25-27, 2003. Invited Speaker. Evidence-based medicine: What is it and why should I care?” 15th GE Medical Australian Intensive Care Registrars Course, University of Melbourne, July 25-27, 2003. Invited Speaker. “Peri-operative nutrition: An evidence-based overview.” Royal Prince Alfred Officers Association 69th Annual Reunion. Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, NSW, June 20th , 2003. Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 5
  • 6. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 Invited Speaker. “Guidelines for feeding in ICU: an update on an ongoing study.” 4th Annual Meeting of the Australian College of Critical Care Nurses Institute of Clinical Education, Brighton Beach, NSW, Friday, May 2nd , 2003. Invited Speaker “A practical guide to statistical analysis.” 5th Annual Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society’s Clinical Trials Group, Noosa, April 4-6, 2003. Invited Speaker “Algorithms for critical care enteral and parentral nutrition.” Dietitians Association of Australia, NSW Branch State Conference, Sydney, 21st March, 2003. Invited Speaker “Algorithms for critical care enteral and parenteral nutrition.” Australasian Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (AuSPEN) 2002, 28th Annual Scientific Meeting, Adelaide, October 24–26th , 2002. Workshop Leader “Evidence-based practice – how to read a paper and work out what you need to do as a researcher.” Australasian Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (AuSPEN) 2002, 28th Annual Scientific Meeting, Adelaide, October 24–26th , 2002. Workshop Leader “Changing practitioner behavior to comply with the research protocol.” Australasian Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (AuSPEN) 2002, 28th Annual Scientific Meeting, Adelaide, October 24–26th , 2002. Invited Speaker “Cluster Randomized Trials: A review of methodology.” The Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society 27th Annual Scientific Meeting, Perth, 17th to 20th October, 2002. Invited Speaker “Pro/Con Debate: Evidence-based medicine.” The Australian College of Critical Care Nurses and the Australian New Zealand Intensive Care Society 8th Tasmanian Regional CEM, Launceston, August 3rd 2002. Invited Speaker “Critical evaluation of a paper.” 14th GE Medical Australian Intensive Care Registrars Course, University of Melbourne, July 26 - 28, 2002. Invited Speaker “Evidence-based Decision Making.” 14th GE Medical Australian Intensive Care Registrars Course, University of Melbourne, July 26 - 28, 2002. Workshop Leader “Searching Medline: PubMed Clinical Queries.” 14th GE Medical Australian Intensive Care Registrars Course, University of Melbourne, July 26 - 28, 2002. Invited Speaker “What do we really know, think we know and now need to know about Perioperative Nutrition: An evidence-based overview.” Australian and New Zealand College of Anesthetists Annual Scientific Meeting, Brisbane, May 11 – 15th , 2002. Invited Speaker “The use and abuse of Phase II studies.” The 4th Annual Meeting on Clinical Trials in Intensive Care, Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society Clinical Trials Group, Noosa, NSW, April 14th , 2002. Plenary Session Address “The Computer as Teaching Tool.” First World Congress of Respiratory Care, Prague, March 24-27, 2002. Plenary Session Address “Electronic Education: Publication and Information Retrieval” First World Congress of Respiratory Care, Prague, March 24-27, 2002. Workshop leader “Interactive Education—Beyond Simple Content” First World Congress of Respiratory Care, Prague, March 24-27, 2002. Workshop leader “Benchmarking: Using the Web to Share Data and Improve Outcomes.” First World Congress of Respiratory Care, Prague, March 24-27, 2002. Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 6
  • 7. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 Invited Speaker. “Early enteral nutrition for all?” 8th World Congress of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine, Sydney, 28th October to 1st November 2001. Invited Speaker. “Can we evaluate health systems change?” 8th World Congress of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine, Sydney, 28th October to 1st November 2001. Invited Speaker. “The Internet as a teaching tool.” 8th World Congress of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine, Sydney, 28th October to 1st November 2001. Invited Speaker. "Finding the evidence." 8th World Congress of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine, Sydney, 28th October to 1st November 2001. Workshop Leader. “Evidence Based Medicine Workshop.” 8th World Congress of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine, Sydney, 28th October to 1st November 2001. Paediatric Grand Rounds. "Evidence-based medicine: What is it and why should I care?" John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle, NSW. October 23th , 2001. Medical Grand Rounds. "Improving care with effective teamwork: An evidence-based overview of what actually works." John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle, NSW. October 24th , 2001. Invited Medical Speaker, Plenary Session. “Evidence-based medicine: From the bench to the bedside.” ANZICS-WA Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting, June 9th 2001, Freemantle, WA. Invited Medical Speaker. “Implementing evidence-based guidelines for ICU nutrition improves hospital outcome: A cluster-randomised trial.” ANZICS-WA Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting, Fremantle, WA. June 9th 2001 Medical Grand Rounds. “Improving patient care using the best available evidence.” Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, 24 April 2001. Invited presentation. “Medical Emergency Teams – an evidence-based overview of the current state of the literature.” ANZICS Clinical Trials Group, Noosa, 7th April 2001. Invited presentation. “Implementing evidence-based guidelines for ICU nutrition improves hospital outcome: A cluster-randomised trial.” ANZICS Clinical Trials Group, Nousa, 6th April 2001. Invited Speaker. “Evidence-based medicine: Improving patient care using the best available evidence” ANZICS-NSW dinner meeting, Sydney, 19th March 2001. Trauma Grand Rounds. “Teaching an old dog new tricks: Evidence-based trauma care.” Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth WA, October 11, 2000. Medicine Grand Rounds. “Evidence-based medicine: What is it and why should I care?” Royal Perth Hospital, Perth WA, September 27, 2000. Invited Speaker. “Learning lessons from a collaborative approach to critical care.” Royal College of Anaesthetists Intensive Care Meeting, London, England, June 26-27, 2000. McGill AIDS Centre Rounds. “Evidence-based medicine and surrogate outcomes in clinical trials: Are we being misled?” McGill AIDS Centre, McGill University and the Montreal General Hospital, Montreal, April 12, 2000. Workshop leader. “Postgraduate review course: Evidence-based medicine.” Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 29th Educational and Scientific Symposium, Orlando, February 11, 2000. Invited Speaker. “The Modern Clinical Trial: Lessons from the past 250 years.” Traditional and Modern Medicine: Harmonizing the two approaches. World Health Organization Consultation Meeting, Beijing, China, November 21, 1999. Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 7
  • 8. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 Invited Speaker. “Economic Analysis: A basic primer.” Traditional and Modern Medicine: Harmonizing the two approaches. World Health Organization Consultation Meeting, Beijing, China, November 21, 1999. Invited Speaker. “From Systematic Overview to Evidence-based Recommendation: A theoretical framework for research transfer.” Traditional and Modern Medicine: Harmonizing the two approaches. World Health Organization Consultation Meeting, Beijing, China, November 21, 1999. Invited Speaker. “The Top 10 Statistical Problems with the Clinical Literature.” Canadian Academy of Urological Surgeons Annual Meeting, London, Ont., June 19, 1999. Workshop Leader. “Evidence-based decision making: Critical appraisal and research transfer.” The 1999 National Conference on Nursing Leadership, Ottawa, February 10, 1999. Invited Speaker. “Evidence-based decision making: Improving patient care through active dissemination of the evidence.” The 1999 National Conference on Nursing Leadership, Ottawa, February 9, 1999. Invited Speaker. “Evidence-based decision making: Finding the evidence–A primer.” The 1998 Ontario Hospital Association Convention and Exhibition, Toronto, November 3, 1998. Faculty of Intensive Care Foundation Visitor Lecture. “The future of sepsis research: How do we get there?” Townsville General Hospital, Townsville, Australia, May 13, 1998. Medicine Grand Rounds “Developing, Disseminating and Implementing Evidence-Based Guidelines.” Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Australia, May 11, 1998. Faculty of Intensive Care Foundation Visitor Lecture “The future of sepsis research: How do we get there?” Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Australia, May 11, 1998. Faculty of Intensive Care Foundation Visitor Lecture. “Top ten statistical problems in the Critical Care literature.” Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society and the Confederation of Australian Critical Care Nurses, Victorian Branches, 11th Continuing Education Meeting, Melbourne, Australia, May 8-9, 1998. Invited Speaker. “The design, analysis and interpretation of clinical trials.” Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society and the Confederation of Australian Critical Care Nurses, Victorian Branches, 11th Continuing Education Meeting, Melbourne, Australia, May 8-9, 1998. Plenary Session Address “Outcomes Research in Anesthesia.” The 24th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Faculty of Intensive Care and the Australian and New Zealand College of Anesthetists, Newcastle, Australia, May 2- 4, 1998. Faculty of Intensive Care Foundation Visitor Plenary Session Address. “Improving patient care using the best available evidence.” The 24th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Faculty of Intensive Care and the Australian and New Zealand College of Anesthetists, Newcastle, Australia, May 2- 4, 1998. Invited speaker. “Measuring ICU Performance: comparing different ICUs.” The 24th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Faculty of Intensive Care and the Australian and New Zealand College of Anesthetists, Newcastle, Australia, May 2- 4, 1998. Workshop leader. “Critical appraisal journal club.” The 24th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Faculty of Intensive Care and the Australian and New Zealand College of Anesthetists, Newcastle, Australia, May 2- 4, 1998. Invited speaker. “Using an evidence-based approach for the development of clinical practice guidelines.” Effective management for intensive care unit teams – Leadership, strategy and the use of evidence. Sponsored by The Faculty of Intensive Care of the Australian and New Zealand College to Anesthetists, Newcastle, Australia, April 30 – May 1, 1998. Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 8
  • 9. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 Invited speaker. “Improving patient care: Turning data into information and using it to improve performance.” Effective management for intensive care unit teams – Leadership, strategy and the use of evidence. Sponsored by The Faculty of Intensive Care of the Australian and New Zealand College to Anesthetists, Newcastle, Australia, April 30 – May 1, 1998. Invited speaker. “Clinical practice guidelines: Dissemination, implementation and evaluation: The Canadian Experience.” Effective management for intensive care unit teams – Leadership, strategy and the use of evidence. Sponsored by The Faculty of Intensive Care of the Australian and New Zealand College to Anesthetists, Newcastle, Australia, April 30 – May 1, 1998. Plenary session address. “Sepsis: Present and Future Management Approaches”. 17th Annual Convention of the Philippine College of Chest Physicians, Manila, March 3-6, 1998. Invited speaker. “Definitive anti-inflammatory therapy in ARDS”. 17th Annual Convention of the Philippine College of Chest Physicians, Manila, March 3-6, 1998. Workshop leader. “Developing evidence-based clinical practice guidelines.” 17th Annual Convention of the Philippine College of Chest Physicians, Manila, March 3-6, 1998. Invited speaker, “Sepsis trials design.” 6th International Congress Meeting on Medical Applications of Biotechnology, Havana, December 1-6, 1997. Invited speaker. “A brief review of animal models of sepsis and their relevance to clinical trials design.” 6th International Congress Meeting on Medical Applications of Biotechnology, Havana, December 1-6, 1997. Invited speaker. “The phase II trial: outcomes, analysis and interpretation.” 6th International Congress Meeting on Medical Applications of Biotechnology, Havana, December 1-6, 1997. Medicine Grand Rounds. “Evidence-based Guidelines and Pathways: Overcoming barriers to development and implementation.” Beth Israel Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York City, NY, November 6th , 1997. Invited speaker. “The future of sepsis research: How do we get there?” 7th World Congress of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine, Ottawa, Ontario, June 29- July 3, 1997. Conference Organizer. Evidence based clinical guidelines: making them work for the decision maker. The Ontario Health Care Evaluation Network, Cardinal G&CC, Newmarket, Ontario. May 23, 1997. Invited speaker. “The evidence based approach.” Evidence based clinical guidelines: making them work for the decision maker. The Ontario Health Care Evaluation Network, Cardinal G&CC, Newmarket, Ontario. May 23, 1997. Invited speaker. “Surfing the Ontario Health Care Evaluation Network guideline repository.” Evidence based clinical guidelines: making them work for the decision maker. The Ontario Health Care Evaluation Network, Cardinal G&CC, Newmarket, Ontario. May 23, 1997. Invited speaker. “How to use Organ Failure scores in clinical trials.” 17th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, Brussels, March 18-21, 1997. Invited speaker. “What is Evidence Based Medicine?” 17th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, Brussels, March 18-21, 1997. Workshop Leader. “Evidence based medicine for the critical care physician.” 17th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, Brussels, Belgium, March 18-21, 1997. Conference Organizer. Evidence based clinical guidelines: making them work for the decision maker. The Ontario Health Care Evaluation Network. Spencer Hall, London, Ontario. March 14, 1997. Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 9
  • 10. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 Invited speaker. “The evidence based approach.” Evidence based clinical guidelines: making them work for the decision maker. The Ontario Health Care Evaluation Network. Spencer Hall, London, Ontario. March 14, 1997. Invited speaker. “Why anti-inflammatory mediators do not work in sepsis.” Internationales Symposium fur Intensivmedizin und Intensivpflede, Bremen, Germany, February 19-21, 1997. Invited speaker. “Sepsis: Why is treatment so difficult?.” Internationales Symposium fur Intensivmedizin und Intensivpflede, Bremen, Germany, February 19-21, 1997. Workshop leader. “Postgraduate review course: Evidence based medicine.” Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 26th Educational and Scientific Symposium, San Diego, February 6, 1997. Invited speaker. “Design, analysis and interpretation of the Phase II clinical trial.” Third Annual Sepsis/SIRS Conference. Cambridge Healthtech Institute, Washington, D.C., October 21-22, 1996. Invited speaker. “Statistical issues relevant to outcome measure development.” The Toronto Critical Care Symposium and Roundtable Working Group on Outcome Measures for Clinical Trials in Sepsis, Toronto, Ontario, October 4-6, 1996. Invited speaker. “Evidence based medicine: Why should I care?” Medical Staff Rounds, Barlow Respiratory Research Center, Los Angeles, California, July 12, 1996. Invited speaker. “Evidence based medicine and the CEO: making informed management decisions.” 1996 Joint National Conference of the Canadian College of Health Service Executives and the Canadian Healthcare Association, Ottawa, Ontario, June 3, 1996. Oral presentation. “Post-onset PMX 622 antiendotoxin therapy in an ovine antibiotic treated cecal- ligation and perforation model of sepsis.” 2nd Annual McMaster University/University of Western Ontario Critical Care Research Day, Hamilton, Ontario, May 23, 1996 (Received 1st Place Award for Best Research Presentation). Workshop Leader. “Evidence based medicine for the critical care physician.” 16th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, Brussels, Belgium, March 19-22, 1996. Invited speaker. “Statistical considerations for the design of the optimal clinical trial.” Second Annual Sepsis/SIRS Conference: Designing Better Drugs and Clinical Trials for Reducing Mortality. Cambridge Healthtech Institute, Washington, D.C., Feb 12-13, 1996. Workshop Leader. “Postgraduate Course: Evidence based medicine.” Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 25th Educational and Scientific Symposium, New Orleans, February 8, 1996. Oral Presentation. “A randomized double-blind, placebo-control investigation of a novel antiendotoxin therapy (polymyxin-B/dextrans) in a large animal cecal-ligation and perforation model of sepsis” Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 25th Educational and Scientific Symposium, New Orleans, February 8, 1996 (Received the 1996 SCCM In-training Fellow Award). Plenary session speaker. “Evidence based medicine: What is it and why should I care?” Canadian Society for Hospital Pharmacists 48th AGM and Educational Assembly, London, Ontario, September 30-3, 1995. Workshop leader. “Teaching evidence based medicine.” McMaster University, Faculty of Medicine, Hamilton, Ontario, June 4-9, 1995. Oral presentation. “Prophylactic treatment with polymyxin B/dextrans in an ovine model of hyperdynamic, normotensive sepsis: a randomized double-blind, placebo control trial.” 1st Annual McMaster University/University of Western Ontario Critical Care Research Day, London, Ontario, May 30, 1995 (Received 1st Place Award for Best Research Presentation). Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 10
  • 11. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 Workshop leader. “Evidence based medicine for the clinician.” 15th Anniversary International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, Brussels, Belgium, March 21-25, 1995. Invited speaker. “Statistics for the clinical investigator.” Transplant Research Rounds, Allgemeines Krankenhaus [AKH University of Vienna Teaching Hospital], Vienna, Austria, December 14, 1994. Invited speaker. "Statistical approaches to the analysis of the optimum RCT for the treatment of sepsis." Round Table Conference on Clinical Trials for the Treatment of Sepsis, Brussels, Belgium, March 12- 14, 1994. Oral presentation. "Modeling mortality in the intensive care unit: comparing the performance of a back- propagation, associative-learning neural network with multivariate logistic regression." 17th Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care, Washington D.C., Oct 31-Nov3, 1993. Oral presentation. "The use of vasectomized boars to improve gilt reproductive performance." 12th Annual Swine Research Update, Centralia College, Centralia, Ont., Jan. 27, 1993 Oral presentation. “Evaluation of techniques to improve gilt reproductive performance.” 12th IPVS Congress, Den Hague, The Netherlands, August 17-20, 1992. Publications in Peer Review Journals and Book Chapters Simpson F and Doig GS. Parenteral vs. enteral nutrition in the critically ill patient: A meta-analysis of high-quality trials. Intensive Care Med (submitted) Doig GS, Simpson F and Delaney AP. A review of the true methodological quality of intensive care nutritional support trials: Time for improvement. Anesthesia & Analgesia (in press). Uchino S, Doig GS, Bellomo R, Morimatsu H, Morgera S, Schetz M, Tan I, Bouman C, Macedo E, Gibney N, Tolwani A, Ronco C and Kellum JA, MD for the Beginning and Ending Supportive Therapy for the Kidney (B.E.S.T. Kidney) Investigators. Diuretics and mortality in acute renal failure. Crit Care Med (in press). The SAFE Study Investigators. A comparison of albumin and saline for fluid resuscitation in the intensive care unit. N Engl J Med 2004;350:2247-56. The SAFE Study Investigators. The SAFE study: saline vs. albumin for fluid resuscitation in the critically ill. Vox Sang 2004 Jul;87 Suppl 2:123-31. Fisher MM and Doig GS. Prevention of anaphylactic reactions to anaesthetic drugs. Drug Safety 2004;27(6):393-410. Doig GS. Obesity-related excess mortality: What should we do now? Crit Care Med 2004 Apr;32(4):1084-5. Martin CM, Doig GS, Heyland DK, Morrison T and Sibbald WJ. Multicenter, cluster randomized clinical trial of algorithms for critical care enteral and parenteral therapy (ACCEPT). CMAJ 2004;170(2):197-204. Doig GS and Simpson F. Efficient literature searching: A core skill for the practice of evidence-based medicine. Intensive Care Medicine 2003;29:2119-2127. Doig GS. Evidence-based veterinary medicine: what it is, what it isn’t and how to do it. Aust Vet J 2003;81(7):412-415. Doig GS. Economic analysis: A basic primer. IJCCM 2003;7(1):21-25. ANZICS Clinical Trials Group, Institute for International Health SAFE Study Investigators. The Saline vs. Albumin Fluid Evaluation (SAFE) Study (ISRCTN76588266): design and conduct of a multi-centre, Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 11
  • 12. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 blinded randomised controlled trial of intravenous fluid resuscitation in critically ill patients. London: BMJ Publishing, 2003. (Accessed May 27, 2004, at http://bmj.com/cgi/content/full/326/7389/559/DC1) Graf J, Doig GS, Cook DJ, Vincent JL, Sibbald WJ. Randomized controlled clinical trials in sepsis: Has methodological quality improved over time? Crit Care Med 2002;30:461-472. Brackstone M, Doig GS, Girotti MJ. Surgical case costing: trauma is underfunded according to resource intensity weights. Can J Surg 2002 Feb;45(1):57-62 McKinley S, Aitken L, Doig GS and Liu JZ. “Models of Nursing Education and Training: A systematic review of the literature.” In: National Review of Nursing Education 2002: Literature Reviews. Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra, 2002. (ISBN 0 642 77268 1) Doig GS. Measuring change with surrogate outcomes: Don’t get fooled again! IJCCM 2001;5(4):249- 253. Doig GS. The Modern Clinical Trial: Lessons from the past 250 years. IJCCM 2001;5(3):157-163. Bourne RB, Sibbald WJ, Doig G, Lee L, Adolph S, Robertson D, Provencher M. The Southwestern Ontario Joint Replacement Pilot Project: electronic point-of-care data collection. Can J Surg. 2001 Jun;44(3):199-202. Doig GS. “Measuring change with surrogate outcomes.” In: Fluid Management in the Acutely Ill: An evidence-based educational program. Core Health Services Inc., Toronto, 2001. Doig GS. “Economic Analysis.” In: Fluid Management in the Acutely Ill: An evidence-based educational program. Core Health Services Inc., Toronto, 2001. Lane PL, Skoretz T, Doig GS and Girotti M. Intracranial pressure monitoring and outcomes after traumatic brain injury. Can J Surg 2000 Dec;43(6):442-8. Report: Consultation meeting on Traditional and Modern Medicine: Harmonizing the two approaches. World Health Organization Regional Office for the Western Pacific, Manila, March, 2000. (Reference: (WP) TRM/ICP/TRM/001/RB/98) Doig GS. "Evidence-based Medicine and Research Transfer: A paradigm for change". In: Report: Consultation meeting on Traditional and Modern Medicine: Harmonizing the two approaches. World Health Organization Regional Office for the Western Pacific, Manila, March, 2000. Reference: (WP) TRM/ICP/TRM/001/RB/98. Doig GS. "The Modern Clinical Trial: Lessons from the past 250 years". In: Report: Consultation meeting on Traditional and Modern Medicine: Harmonizing the two approaches. World Health Organization Regional Office for the Western Pacific, Manila, March, 2000. (Reference: (WP) TRM/ICP/TRM/001/RB/98) Doig GS. "Economic Analysis: A basic primer". In: Report: Consultation meeting on Traditional and Modern Medicine: Harmonizing the two approaches. World Health Organization Regional Office for the Western Pacific, Manila, March, 2000. (Reference: (WP) TRM/ICP/TRM/001/RB/98) Doig GS and Rochon J. [“Statistical analysis of clinical trials of sepsis and multi-organ dysfunction syndrome.” In: Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome ], Zhiyong, Sheng, Sen and Hu eds., Science Press, Beijing, P.R. of China, 1999. (ISBN 7-03-007106-9, published in Chinese) Tuck AB, O'Malley FP, Singhal H, Harris JF, Tonkin KS, Kerkvliet N, Saad Z, Doig GS, Chambers AF. Osteopontin expression in a group of lymph node negative breast cancer patients. Int J Cancer 1998 Oct 23;79(5):502-8. Izawa JI, Moussa M, Cherian MG, Doig G, Chin JL. Metallothionein expression in renal cancer. Urology 1998 Nov;52(5):767-72. Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 12
  • 13. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 Edmonds M, Bauer M, Osborn S, Lutfiyya H, Mahon J, Doig G, Grundy P, Gittens C, Molenkamp G, Fenlon. Using the Vista 350 telephone to communicate the results of home monitoring of diabetes mellitus to a central database and to provide feedback. Int J Med Inf 1998 Aug-Sep;51(2-3):117-25. Randolph AG, Guyatt GH, Calvin JE, Doig GS, Richardson WS; for the Evidence Based Medicine in Critical Care Group. Understanding articles describing clinical prediction tools. Crit Care Med 1998;26:1603-1612. Doig GS, Martin CM and Sibbald WJ. Prophylactic antiendotoxin therapy in an ovine model of hyperdynamic, normotensive sepsis. Crit Care Med 1997;25(12):1956-1961. Young GB, Jordan KG and Doig GS. “An assessment of nonconvulsive seizures in the intensive care unit using continuous EEG monitoring: An investigation of variables associated with mortality.” In: Year Book of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Mosby-Year Book, Inc., New York, 1998. Doig GS. “Interpreting and Using Clinical Trials” In: Critical Care Clinics Volume 14, Number 3: An Evidence-based approach to Critical Care Medicine, Cook DJ and Levy MM eds., W. B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, 1998:513-524. Tweedie E, Tonkin K, Kerkvliet N, Doig GS, Sparrow R and O’Malley FP. The biology of breast cancer diagnosed through the London Branch of the Ontario Breast Cancer Screening Program. Clinical and Investigative Medicine 1997 Oct;20(5):300-7. Mack L, Kerkvliet N, Doig GS and O’Malley FP. Relationship of a new histological categorization of ductal carcinoma in situ of the breast with size and the immunohistochemical expression of p53, c-erb B2, bcl-2, and ki-67. Hum Path 1997;28:974-979. Keenan SP, Doig GS, Martin CM, Inman KJ, Sibbald WJ. Assessing the efficiency of the admission process to a critical care unit: does the literature allow the use of benchmarking? Intensive Care Med 1997 May;23(5):574-580 Fitzgerald RD, Martin CM, Dietz GE, Doig GS, Potter RF, Sibbald WJ. Transfusing red blood cells stored in citrate phosphate dextrose adenine-1 for 28 days fails to improve tissue oxygenation in rats. Crit Care Med 1997 May;25(5):726-732 Lane PL, Doig GS, Stewart TC, Mikrogianakis A, Stefanits T. Trauma outcome analysis and the development of regional norms. Accident Analysis and Prevention 1997;29(1):53-56. Foster DF and Doig GS. “Clinical Trials for the Evaluation of Sepsis Therapies”. In: 1997 Yearbook of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, JL Vincent (ed.), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1997:161-167. Engel CJ, Bennett ST, Chambers AF, Doig GS, Kerkvliet N, O'Malley FP. Tumor angiogenesis predicts recurrence in invasive colorectal cancer when controlled for Dukes staging. Am J Surg Pathol 1996;20 (10): 1260-1265. O'Malley FP, Saad Z, Kerkvliet N, Doig G, Stitt L, Ainsworth P, Hundal H, Chambers AF, Turnbull DI, Bramwell V. The predictive power of semiquantitative immunohistochemical assessment of p53 and c- erb B-2 in lymph node-negative breast cancer. Hum Pathol 1996; 27 (9): 955-963. Ng SW, Esmail R, Sibbald WJ and Doig GS. Potential savings involved in the purchase of low cost, high volume medical commodities as established from a community hospital survey. Healthcare Management FORUM 1996;9(4):24-29. Lane PL, Doig GS, Mikrogianakis A, Charyk-Stewart T and Stefanits T. An evaluation of Ontario trauma outcomes and the development of regional norms for TRISS analysis. Journal of Trauma 1996;41(4):731-734. Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 13
  • 14. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 Elit LM, Levine MN, Gafni A, Whelan TJ, Doig GS, Streiner DL and Rosen B. Patients’ preferences for therapy in advanced epithelial ovarian cancer: Development, testing and application of a bedside decision instrument. Gynecologic Oncology 1996;62:329-335. Young GB, Jordan KG and Doig GS. Assessment of nonconvulsive seizures in the intensive care unit using continuous EEG monitoring: an investigation of variables associated with mortality. Neurology 1996;47:83-89. Morisaki H, Sibbald WJ, Martin CM, Doig GS and Inman K. Hyperdynamic sepsis depresses the circulatory compensation to normovolemic anemia in conscious rats. Journal of Applied Physiology 1996;80(2):656-664. Chase H, Austin TW, Bombassaro AM, Sharad S, Doig GS and Girotti MJ. Standardized gentamicin dosing enhances peak serum concentrations. Clinical Investigative Medicine 1996;19:36-45. Hachinski H, Graffagnini C, Beaudry M, Bernier G, Buck C, Donner A, Spence JD, Doig GS and Wolfe B. Lipids and stroke: A paradox resolved. Archives of Neurology 1996;53:303-308. Cooper AB, Doig GS and Sibbald WJ. “Pulmonary artery catheters in the critically ill” In: Critical Care Clinics Volume 12, Number 4: Monitoring Cardiac Function and Tissue Perfusion, Levy MM ed., W. B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia 1996:777-794. Sibbald WJ, Doig GS and Inman KJ. Sepsis, SIRS and infection [Editorial]. Intensive Care Medicine 1995; 21:299-301. Doig GS and Rochon J. “Statistical Considerations for the Design of the Optimal Clinical Trial”. In: Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine Volume 19: Clinical Trials for the Treatment of Sepsis. Vincent JL and Sibbald WJ eds. Springer-Verlag 1995:345-353. Sibbald WJ, Doig GS and Morisaki H. “Role of RBC Transfusion Therapy in Sepsis”. In: Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine Volume 19: Clinical Trials for the Treatment of Sepsis. Vincent JL and Sibbald WJ eds. Springer-Verlag 1995: 191-206. Doig GS. Prognostication, procrastination and artificial neural networks. American College of Cardiology Current Journal Review 1994: Sept/Oct. Graffagnino C, Gasecki AP, Doig GS and Hachinski VC. The importance of family history in cerebrovascular disease. Stroke 1994;25(8):1599-1604. Doig GS and Østbye T. [“Decision support and knowledge based systems" In: Information Technology in the Health Care Sector.] Solheim BG and Lie A eds. Universitetsforlaget, Oslo, 1994:175-181. (ISBN 82-00-21889-9, published in Norwegian) Doig GS, Inman KJ, Sibbald WJ, Martin CM and Robertson JMcD. Modeling mortality in the intensive care unit: comparing the performance of a back-propagation, associative-learning neural network with multivariate logistic regression. Proc Annu Symp Comput Appl Med Care 1993:361-365. Doig GS and Friendship RM. Gilt production management. Comp Cont Ed Prac Vet 1993;15 (1):143- 147. Friendship RM, Metzger KR, Robinson NP and Doig GS. Cesarean section in the sow: A retrospective analysis of litter size and stillbirth rate. Can Vet J 1990;31(10):697-699. Acknowledged contributions in peer review papers Busund R, Koukline V, Utrobin U and Nedashkovsky E. Plasmapheresis in severe sepsis and septic shock: a prospective, randomised, controlled trial. Intensive Care Med 2002; 28:1434–1439 . Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 14
  • 15. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 Bauman GS, Xuan J, Chin J, Sakai H, Guo Y, Garde S, Fraser J, and Venkatesan VM. PSP94: Evaluation of Prognostic Utility in Patients Treated with Radiotherapy for Nonmetastatic Prostate Cancer. The Prostate Journal 2000;2(2):94-101. Tyml K, Yu J, and McCormack DG. Capillary and arteriolar responses to local vasodilators are impaired in a rat model of sepsis. J Appl Physiol 1998;84: 837-844 Hahn AF, Bolton CF, Zochodne D and Feasby TE. Intravenous immunoglobulin treatment in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy: A double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over study. Brain 1996;119:1067-1077. Hahn AF, Bolton CF, Pillay N, Chald C, Benstead T, Bril V, Shumak K, Vandervoort MK and Feasby TE. Plasma-exchange therapy in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy: A double-blind, sham-controlled, cross-over study. Brain 1996;119:1055-1066. Papers in Progress Doig GS, Martin CM, Chalfin DB, Sibbald WJ and Robertson JMcD. Outcome prediction in long stay patients: Comparing artificial neural networks (ANN) to logistic regression. Doig GS and Sibbald WJ. Post-onset anti-endotoxin therapy in an antibiotic treated, cecal-ligation and perforation (CLP) ovine model of sepsis. Abstracts and Posters Scheinhorn DJ, Chao DC, Stearn-Hassenpflug MS, Doig GS, Epstein SK, Knight EB, Petrak RA, Pitt EA, Votto JJ and The Ventilation Outcomes Study Group. Infectious complications in weaning from prolonged mechanical ventilation at long term hospitals: Preliminary report from a multicenter study. The 100th International Conference of the American Thoracic Society, Orlando, May 23, 2004. Scheinhorn DJ, Chao DC, Stearn-Hassenpflug MS, Doig GS, Epstein SK, Knight EB, Petrak RA, Pitt EA, Votto JJ and The Ventilation Outcomes Study Group. Functional status before and after prolonged mechanical ventilation: Preliminary results from a multicenter study. The 100th International Conference of the American Thoracic Society, Orlando, May 23, 2004. Scheinhorn DJ, Chao DC, Stearn-Hassenpflug MS, Doig GS, Epstein SK, Knight EB, Petrak RA, Pitt EA, Votto JJ and The Ventilation Outcomes Study Group. Ventilator-Dependent Survivors of Catastrophic Illness: A Multicenter Outcomes Study. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2003;31(2):Suppl S 89. Crippen D, Doig GS and Liolios A. Critical Care Medicine e-mail list (CCM-L): An on-line survey of a global resource pool. Crit Care Med, 2003;31(2):Suppl S 497. DJ Scheinhorn, DC Chao, GS Doig, SK Epstein, B Knight, RA Petrak, EA Pitt, JJ Votto, and the Ventilation Outcomes Study Group. Post-ICU mechanical ventilation: a multicenter outcomes study. Chest 2002; 122:153S. Doig GS, Martin CM, Sibbald WJS and the Critical Care Research Network. Implementing evidence- based guidelines for ICU nutrition improves hospital outcome: a cluster-randomization trial. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2000; 161(3):A93. Doig GS, Martin CM, Chalfin DB, Sibbald WJ and Robertson JMcD. Outcome prediction in long stay patients: Comparing artificial neural networks (ANN) to logistic regression. The 96th International Conference of the American Thoracic Society, Toronto, Ontario, May 5-10, 2000. Chalfin DB and Doig GS. Development of a Markov model to assess the short term outcome from sepsis. Critical Care Medicine 1999;27:A138 Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 15
  • 16. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 Woolfrey K, Eisenhaur M, Murphy D, Roth J and Doig, G. Accuracy of Day 4 Bone Scans and Efficacy of Clinical Findings in the Assessment of Patients With Clinical Scaphoid Fractures. Annals of Emergency Medicine 1999;34(4, Part 2) Supplement :S44. Skoretz T, Lane P, Doig G, Girotti M. Do ICP monitors affect mortality in head injured patients? Journal of Trauma-Injury Infection & Critical Care 1997;43(2):392. Lin HY, Doig GS, Chin-Yee I and Sibbald WJ. Diaspirin cross-linked hemoglobin (DCLHb) transfusion improves whole body oxygen uptake in a septic sheep model of supply dependency. Proceedings of the 7th World Congress of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine, Ottawa, June 29-July 3 1997 p147. Foster DM, Doig GS, Romaschin AD, Walker PM and Marshall JC. The prognostic and clinical significance of endotoxemia in sepsis: Results using a new accurate endotoxin screening assay. Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 26th Educational and Scientific Symposium, San Diego, February, 1997. Foster DM, Doig GS, Romaschin AD, Walker PM, Ribeiro M, Paice J, Harris D and Marshall JC. Reliable, accurate detection of endotoxemia in critically ill patients using a point of care assay. IBC Sepsis Conference, Boston, MA, June 24-25, 1996. Lane PL, Mikrogianakis A, Doig GS, Charyk-Stewart T and Stefanits T. An evaluation of Ontario trauma outcomes and the development of regional norms for TRISS analysis. Joint Meeting of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma and the Trauma Association of Canada, Halifax, September 27-30, 1995. Bernard GR, Doig G, Hudson LD, Lemeshow S, Marshall JC, Russell J, Sibbald W, Sprung CL, Vincent JL, Wheeler AP. Quantification of organ failure for clinical trials and clinical practice. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1995;151(4):A323. Petrie D, Charyk-Stewart T, Lane PL and Doig GS. An evaluation of patient outcomes comparing trauma activation versus trauma team not activated utilizing TRISS analysis. Joint Meeting of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma and the Trauma Association of Canada, Halifax, September 27-30, 1995. Lane PL, Charyk-Stewart T, Mikrogianakis A, Stefanits T and Doig GS. TRISS-like trauma outcome analysis and the development of regional coefficients. Annual Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine 39th Annual Conference, Chicago, October 15-18, 1995. Keenan S, Doig GS, Martin CM, Inman KJ and Sibbald WJ. The appropriateness of admission to and early discharge from a Canadian ICU. American Thoracic Society Meeting, Seattle, May 22, 1995. p A493. Jordan K, Young BG and Doig GS. Nonconvulsive status epilepticus in the Neuro-ICU: Clinical-EEG associations with adverse outcome. American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting, Seattle, May, 1995. [Neurology 1995;45 (Suppl 4) April: A345-A346]. Tweedie E, O’Malley F, Tonkin K, Kerkvliet N, Doig GS, Turnbull DI and McCurdy L. The biology of breast cancer diagnosed through the Ontario Breast Cancer Screening Program. International Association of Pathologists Conference, Toronto, March, 1995. Bennett S, Engel CJ, O’Malley F, Doig GS and Chambers A. Tumor angiogenesis predicts metastasis in invasive colorectal cancer. International Association of Pathologists Conference, Toronto, March, 1995. Binning M, Doig GS, Girotti M, Pedersen L and Lannigan R. The structured telephone interview as a screening tool for surgical wound infection. Ontario Health Care Evaluative Network, 1st Annual Conference, Toronto, October 1994. Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 16
  • 17. Gordon S. Doig 01/30/15 Wherrett C, Doig GS, Rutledge F and Sibbald WJ. Readmission to ICU: Clinical features and quality improvement issues. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Toronto, Ontario, Sept. 19- 23, 1994. Doig GS, Friendship RM, Wilson MR and Hacker RR. Evaluation of techniques to improve gilt reproductive performance. Proc 12th IPVS 1992:461. Royal North Shore Hospital Intensive Therapy Unit.  Level 6, Main Block Pacific Highway  St. Leonards  NSW  2065Australia Telephone: 61 2 9926 8656  Fax: 61 2 9439 8418  gdoig@med.usyd.edu.au 17

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