Dr Tim Nutbeam is an NHS Emergency Medicine Consultant, the medical lead for the Devon Air Ambulance and a clinical academic in Emergency Medicine.
He has an honorary Professor role at the University of Plymouth where his MSc programme runs (Prehospital Critical Care).
Tim Nutbeam and Rob Fenwick founded the EXIT Project in 2007 when they worked together with the WM Care Team (a prehospital team providing critical care at the roadside). Their personal experience of road traffic collisions and their tragic consequences led to the formation of the EXIT project.
In 2017 Mike Dayson was seconded from Cleveland Fire Brigade to partner with the EXIT Project to support the delivery of our Road Safety Trust grant funded work bundles.
Working with firefighters, fire services, methodologists, experts in bio-mechanics, automotive engineers, medics, air ambulance teams, charities, public and statutory bodies and statisticians, the EXIT Project has delivered and continues to deliver new findings that can be translated to a direct impact on patient outcomes.
Tim had a clinical academic role at the University of Plymouth. His research interests include pain, prehospital care, extrication and sepsis.
To learn about applying scientific rigour and trial methodology to the field of Post Collision Response, along with new guidance from the EXIT Project, book your place at our annual National Fire & Rescue Trauma Conference, Thu 20th July 2023.
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