Dr Quen Mok is a Consultant Paediatric Intensivist who works in the Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and she is also a member of the team providing the Tracheal Service in Great Ormond Street Hospital. Her area of expertise includes neonatology, airway and respiratory problems, and renal support in critically ill patients.
• Airway and respiratory problems
• Renal support in critically ill patients
- Education and training of junior doctors and other clinical staff
- Diploma in Child Health (London)
- Training in Neonatology at University College Hospital and St George’s Hospital, London
- Training in paediatric intensive care at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
- Training in cardiac intensive care from Brompton Hospital, London and the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne
- British Medical Association
- Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
- Royal College of Physicians, UK
- Royal College of Physicians of Ireland
- Paediatric Intensive Care Society
- European Society of Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care
- Thames Regional Perinatal Group
- Neonatal Society
- Royal Society of Medicine
• Infections in children in PICU with central lines. Obtained an NIHR HTA grant (CATCH – CATheter infections in CHildren)
• Surfactant protein genetic mutation testing in neonates with respiratory failure. Obtained a Wellcome Trust Biomedical Research Collaborative Grant
Mok Q. 2017. Airway problems in neonates – a review of the current investigation and management strategies. Front Pediatr. 30(5) p. 60.
Gilbert, R.E., Mok, Q., Dwan, K., Harron, K., Moitt, T., Millar, M., Ramnarayan, P., Tibby, S.M., Hughes, D., Gamble, C; CATCH trial investigators. 2016. Impregnated central venous catheters for prevention of bloodstream infection in children (the CATCH trial): a randomised controlled trial. The Lancet. 387(10029) pp. 1732-42.
Harron, K., Mok, Q., Hughes, D., Muller-Pebody, B., Parslow, R., Ramnarayan, P., et al. 2016. Generalisability and Cost-Impact of Antibiotic-Impregnated Central Venous Catheters for Reducing Risk of Bloodstream Infection in Paediatric Intensive Care Units in England. PLoS One. 11(3).
Harron, K., Woolfall, K., Dwan, K., Gamble, C., Mok, Q., Ramnarayan, P., Gilbert, R. 2015. Deferred Consent for Randomized Controlled Trials in Emergency Care Settings. Pediatrics. 136(5) pp. 1316-22.
Woolfall, K., Frith, L., Gamble, C., Gilbert, R., Mok, Q., Young, B. and the CONNECT advisory group. 2015. How parents and practitioners experience research without prior consent (deferred consent) for emergency research involving children with life threatening conditions: a mixed method study. BMJ Open.
Harron, K., Parslow, R., Mok, Q., Tibby, S.M., Wade, A., Muller-Pebody, B., Gilbert, R., 2015. Monitoring quality of care through linkage of administrative data: national trends in bloodstream infection in U.K. PICUs 2003-2012. Crit Care Med. 43(5) pp. 1070-8.
Harron, K., Mok, Q., Parslow, R., Muller-Pebody, B., Gilbert, R., Ramnarayan, P., 2014. Risk of bloodstream infection in children admitted to paediatric intensive care units in England and Wales following emergency inter-hospital transfer. Intensive Care Med. 40(12) pp. 1916-23.
Gilbert, R., Harron, K., Mok, Q., Gamble, C., 2013. Impregnated central venous catheters should be readily used to reduce risk of bloodstream infection. BMJ. 347.
Turcu, S., Ashton, E., Jenkins, L., Gupta, A., Mok, Q., 2013. Genetic testing in children with surfactant dysfunction. Arch Dis Child. 98(7) pp. 490-5.
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