Dr Chris Goodman is a Consultant Anaesthetist, with special interests in paediatric anaesthesia, regional anaesthesia and sustainability in healthcare.
Chris studied medicine at The University of Dundee and graduated in 2009. He has since trained in Dundee, North Wales and Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool looking after critically ill children. Chris was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists in 2018 before completing his anaesthetic training.
Chris completed his anaesthetic training in the North West of England, working in many hospitals and gaining a wealth of experience and knowledge. He undertook advanced training in paediatric anaesthesia at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital and completed advanced training in regional anaesthesia at Wrightington Hospital.
Chris has a vast portfolio with multiple journal publications, presentations at international conferences and extensive experience in medical education. Chris regularly teaches anaesthesia to anaesthetic trainees. He also teaches other healthcare professionals on Adult and Paediatric Life Support courses.
Chris’ specialist interests also include anaesthesia for oral surgery and dental procedures: including intravenous sedation and anaesthesia in paediatric and special care dentistry patients. Chris is passionate about his work and providing patients with the highest quality care. He has the ability to build rapport with both children and adults which is demonstrated by all his feedback.
In his spare time, Chris enjoys playing rugby, learning new languages, travelling and spending time with friends.