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I'm an intensive care doctor, researcher and author. My open letter addressed to patients during the 2020 COVID pandemic has been read by over half a million people worldwide and viewed by over three million times after featuring on Channel 4. My first book CRITICAL (2019, Simon & Schuster) has been translated into four languages and featured in The Times. I've spoken to large audiences at some of the largest book festivals in the world including Hay, Russia and Ubud. My articles have featured in The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph, Esquire magazine, The Daily Mail, The Sunday Mirror and The Huffington Post. Since narrating the highly rated audiobook of CRITICAL, I've spoken on a number of popular podcasts and radio programmes including The Today Program on BBC Radio 4 and international talk shows. I've appeared on a number of television programs including Sky News, CNN, ITV, The BBC, The Jeremy Vine Show and international channels. I've been nominated for the 2020 Royal Society David Attenborough Prize for public engagement in science. I live in Cardiff with my family, enjoys CrossFit, photography, cold beer and even colder ice cream.
Compassionate and moving
A very special book filled with stories of survival, hope and loss.
His wit and compassion are everywhere evident in this enlightening book, and he makes a welcome contribution to our understanding of these extraordinary times.
A gripping realism of life in intensive care that reminds us how fragile is life. Written with humility and insight this is an intriguing glimpse into a world of life saving decisions. It is life affirming and hugely reassuring.
This book promises to offer a real insight into an area of life and death medicine that many of us will have seen dramatised on television.
This book is marvellous: buy it, share it, recommend it...stat. We are fortunate to have dedicated, caring and humble folks such as Doc Morgan on the Critical Care front line. We are even better off when a writer can capture all that this exciting, mad, glorious and even exasperating job means. If you work in healthcare, know somebody that does, or simply inhabit a body then this book is for you: in fact it's critical.
Download my specially written guide to help healthcare professionals become writers here.
Here are three bits of work that I am the most proud of.
A letter I wrote during the pandemic watched by over three million people. Click below to open.
Thanks to my friend Miranda Levy for helping with this article following a day in my life. Click below to read.
A was so happy to meet again with Davide, a young dad who I first met when he was dying on the ICU. Click below to read.
Here is a small selection of things I have done recently. Sign-up to my mailing list to get these sent straight to you for free.
Here is my latest BMJ article about how trust in people can prevail even when institutions fail. Read the whole thing here.
I'd love to hear from readers, watchers, listeners or publishers. I'm very happy to explore new projects including speaking at events.