Adelaide Medical School
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
- Chief Registrar, Department of Intensive Care Medicine, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, Australia
- Regional Co-Lead for Asia, Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society & College of Intensive Care Medicine of Australia and New Zealand Global Intensive Care Initiative
- COVID-19 Clinical Advisory Group, Central Adelaide Local Health Network, Adelaide, Australia
Dr Eamon Raith qualified at The University of Adelaide, awarded prizes in surgery and geriatric medicine, in 2011. He trained in intensive care medicine at The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, and The Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, however prior to his ICU training he trained and worked in rural, remote, and Indigenous Health settings in Australia, including St George, Broken Hill, Darwin, Berri and Katherine. He has also worked in paediatric and neonatal retrieval medicine at MedSTAR, the South Australian Ambulance Service Emergency Medical Retrieval service. He completed a fellowship in neurocritical care medicine at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London in 2019/2020, and in 2020 was appointed as an ICU Consultant and ICU Clinical Lead for COVID-19 at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. Dr Raith completed his doctoral studies at the University of Adelaide under the mentorship of Professor Peter Devitt.
In 2021, he returned to Australia, where he is a Chief Registrar in the Department of Intensive Care Medicine at The Royal Adelaide Hospital and a Clinical Senior Lecturer in Critical Care Medicine at The University of Adelaide. He also continues to hold honorary appointments at the Bloomsbury Institute of Intensive Care Medicine, University College London, and The Nuffield Department of Surgery at The University of Oxford.
Dr Raith’s research focusses on experimental and translational critical care medicine, with a focus on immune function and therapy in critical illness, including SARS-CoV-2 and other severe viral illnesses, and neurocritical care. This international programme spans pre-clinical research, genomics and neurogenomics, mechanistic clinical research, clinical trials and international population studies in these areas.
Dr Raith is developing the global critical care medicine programme within the Oxford University Global Surgery Group. This integrative critical care and public health research program is designed to address issues of global inequity in the provision of resuscitation, emergency care for life-threatening conditions and intensive care, across the emergency and critical care medicine delivery system, including prehospital and in-hospital care. This programme specifically addresses the provision of critical care for non-communicable diseases, including surgical, obstetric, neuroscience and trauma critical care, and sequelae of these illnesses.
Dr Raith is available to supervise higher degree by research candidates.
- My Research
- Grants and Funding
- Professional Activities
- Research Interests
- Experimental and translational critical care medicine
- Neurocritical Care
- Global Critical Care Medicine
Date Position Institution name 2021 - ongoing Chief Registrar Royal Adelaide Hospital 2020 - ongoing Visiting Academic in Global Surgery (Critical Care) University of Oxford 2020 - 2020 Consultant Intensivist University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 2019 - ongoing Clinical Lecturer University College London 2017 - ongoing Clinical Senior Lecturer The University of Adelaide 2017 - ongoing Adjunct Lecturer Monash University 2017 - 2019 Senior Registrar Royal Adelaide Hospital 2016 - 2018 Neonatal & Paediatric Retrieval Registrar South Australian Health 2012 - 2018 Clinical Lecturer University of Adelaide
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2019 Award Dr Roneal Naidu Memorial Prize for Impactful Surgical Research University of Adelaide Australia 2010 Award Prize for Geriatric Medicine The University of Adelaide & The Australia and New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine Australia 2009 Award Archibald Watson Prize for Surgery University of Adelaide Australia
Date Institution name Country Title 2020 University of Adelaide Australia Doctor of Philosophy 2016 - 2016 Monash University Australia Master of Advanced Critical Care Practice 2013 - 2013 Women's and Children's Hospital Australia Graduate Diploma of Child Health 2005 - 2011 University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
Date Title Institution Country 2017 Senior Registrar Royal Adelaide Hospital Australia 2015 - 2017 Senior Registrar Alfred Hospital Australia 2015 - 2015 Registrar Modbury Hospital Australia 2014 - 2015 Registrar Lyell McEwin Health Service Australia 2013 - 2014 Resident Medical Officer Women's and Children's Hospital Australia 2012 - 2012 Intern Flinders Medical Centre Australia
Research InterestsImmunology and Infection Indigenous and Disadvantaged Health Neuroscience, Behaviour and Brain Health Surgical and Health Systems Innovation Translational Health Outcomes Emergency & Critical Care Medicine Immunology Infectious Diseases Intensive Care Neurogenetics Neurology & Neurosurgery Neurosciences
Year Citation 2022 Fallerini, C., Picchiotti, N., Baldassarri, M., Zguro, K., Daga, S., Fava, F., . . . Tommasi, A. (2022). Common, low-frequency, rare, and ultra-rare coding variants contribute to COVID-19 severity. Human Genetics, 141(1), 147-173.
2021 Niemi, M. E. K., Karjalainen, J., Liao, R. G., Neale, B. M., Daly, M., Ganna, A., . . . Sedaghati-Khayat, B. (2021). Mapping the human genetic architecture of COVID-19. Nature, 600(7889), 472-477.
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2021 Arulkumaran, N., Thomas, M., Brealey, D., Alwan, F., Singh, D., Lunn, M., . . . Scully, M. (2021). Plasma exchange for COVID‐19 thrombo‐inflammatory disease. eJHaem, 2(1), 26-32.
2021 Frauenfelder, C. A., Raith, E. P., Krishnan, S., Udy, A., & Pilcher, D. (2021). Outcomes for head and neck cancer patients admitted to intensive care in Australia and New Zealand between 2000 and 2016. Journal of Laryngology and Otology, 135(8), 702-709.
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2021 Raith, E. P., Luoma, A. M. V., Earl, M., Dalal, M., Fairley, S., Fox, F., . . . Reddy, U. (2021). Repurposing a neurocritical care unit for the management of severely ill patients with COVID-19: A retrospective evaluation. Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology, 33(1), 77-81.
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2020 Young, P., Mackle, D., Bellomo, R., Bailey, M., Beasley, R., Deane, A., . . . Robertson, Y. (2020). Conservative oxygen therapy for mechanically ventilated adults with suspected hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy. Intensive Care Medicine, 46(12), 2411-2422.
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2020 Udy, A. (2020). Six-month mortality and functional outcomes in aneurysmal sub-arachnoid haemorrhage patients admitted to intensive care units in Australia and New Zealand: A prospective cohort study. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience, 80, 92-99.
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2020 Udy, A. A., Finnis, M., Cohen, J., Delaney, A., Anstey, J., Anstey, M., . . . Cooper, D. J. (2020). Erratum to “Six-month mortality and functional outcomes in aneurysmal sub-arachnoid haemorrhage patients admitted to intensive care units in Australia and New Zealand: A prospective cohort study” [J. Clin. Neurosci. 80 (2020) 92–99] (Journal of Clinical Neuroscience (2020) 80 (92–99), (S0967586820314119), (10.1016/j.jocn.2020.07.049)). Journal of Clinical Neuroscience, 82(Pt A), 192.
2020 ICU-ROX Investigators and the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society Clinical Trials Group., Mackle, D., Bellomo, R., Bailey, M., Beasley, R., Deane, A., . . . Young, P. (2020). Conservative Oxygen Therapy during Mechanical Ventilation in the ICU.. The New England journal of medicine, 382(11), 989-998.
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2020 Young, P., Mackle, D., Bellomo, R., Bailey, M., Beasley, R., Deane, A., . . . Panwar, R. (2020). Conservative oxygen therapy for mechanically ventilated adults with sepsis: a post hoc analysis of data from the intensive care unit randomized trial comparing two approaches to oxygen therapy (ICU-ROX). Intensive Care Medicine, 46(1), 17-26.
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2020 Raith, E. P., Fiorini, F., & Reddy, U. (2020). Critical care management of adult traumatic brain injury. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, 21(6), 285-292.
2020 Raith, E. P., & Reddy, U. (2020). Neuromonitoring. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, 21(6), 275-281.
2020 Ojha, M., Finnis, M. E., Heckelmann, M., Raith, E. P., Moodie, S., Chapman, M. J., . . . Maiden, M. J. (2020). Outcomes following grade V subarachnoid haemorrhage: A single-centre retrospective study. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, 48(4), 289-296.
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2019 Aung, M., Raith, E., Williams, E., & Burrell, A. J. C. (2019). Severe meningococcal serogroup W sepsis presenting as myocarditis: A case report and review of literature. Journal of the Intensive Care Society, 20(2), 182-186.
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2018 Raith, E. P., Ihle, J. F., Jamieson, J., Kalff, A., & Bosco, J. (2018). Idiopathic systemic capillary leak syndrome presenting as septic shock: A case report. Heart and Lung, 47(4), 425-428.
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2017 Raith, E., Udy, A., Bailey, M., McGloughlin, S., MacIsaac, C., Bellomo, R., & Pilcher, D. (2017). Prognostic accuracy of the SOFA score, SIRS criteria, and qSOFA score for in-hospital mortality among adults with suspected infection admitted to the intensive care unit. JAMA, 317(3), 290-300.
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2017 Raith, E., & Roodenburg, O. (2017). Novel supports for Junior Medical Officers during out-of-hours work. Internal Medicine Journal, 47(2), 236-237.
2011 Frauenfelder, C., Raith, E., & Griggs, W. (2011). Damage Control Resuscitation of the exsanguinating trauma patient: pathophysiology and basic principles. Journal of Military and Veterans Health, 19(2), 19-24. 2010 Raith, E. (2010). Heart: Cardiac Myxoma. Atlas of genetics and cytogenetics in oncology and haematology, 14(2), 164-168.
2010 Raith, E. (2010). Minimally invasive mitral valve repair: a new surgical option for mitral insufficiency. Australian Medical Student Journal, 1(1), 32-34.
Year Citation 2016 Raith, E. P., Udy, A. A., Bailey, M., McGloughlin, S., MacIsaac, C., Bellomo, R., & Pilcher, D. V. (2016). SIRS, qSOFA, and SOFA score as outcome predictors among infected critically ill patients: An external validation of the new sepsis definition. In ESICM Lives 2016. ESICM Lives 2016.
Year Citation 2018 Raith, E. P. (2018). An online learning tool for the prevention and management of venous thromboembolism. (PhD Thesis).
Royal Adelaide Hospital Clinical Project Grant
"Enteral Naloxone for the Prevention of Opioid-Associated Constipation in Ventilated Intensive Care Patients (PROVINCE)"
- Women’s and Children’s Hospital Foundation
MS McLeod Research Fund Departmental Research Grant
"Analysis of the characteristics and outcomes of children undergoing cardiac surgery in Australia and New Zealand"
- Covidien Venous Thromboembolism Prevention & Management Research Grant
"An E-learning approach to the Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism: An Educational and Human Factors Study"
Clinical Lecturer, Discipline of Surgery, The University of Adelaide
Faculty, Victorian Primary Examination Course for CICM (http://www.vpecc.com/faculty.html)
Convenor & Lecturer, Alfred ICU Primary Examination Teaching Program
Advanced Life Support Level 2 Instructor, Australian Resuscitation Council
BloodSafe eLearning Australia, 2011
- Critical Bleeding Module.
Emedici Online Case-based Learning Environment; Discipline of Surgery, The University of Adelaide
- Raith EP. : No Autopsy, no foul”. Emedici online patient-based cases – Marfan Syndrome. 2011. Available at: http://emedici.com/medici_online.php
- Raith EP, Trouma G. “Turbulence”. Emedici online patient-based cases – Mitral valve prolapse. 2011. Available at: http://emedici.com/medici_online.php
- Raith EP, Trouma G. “Two out of three is bad”. Emedici online patient-based cases – Aortic regurgitation. 2011. Available at: http://emedici.com/medici_online.php
- Raith EP. Russell R. “A simple case of chest pain”. Emedici online patient-based cases – Pericarditis. 2011. Available at: http://emedici.com/medici_online.php
- Raith EP. “An interesting end to the day". Emedici online patient-based cases – Infective endocarditis. 2011. Available at: http://emedici.com/medici_online.php
- Raith EP. “Day One”. Emedici online patient-based cases – Advanced life support. 2011. Available at: http://emedici.com/medici_online.php
- Raith EP, Fitzpatrick D. “Hritshoola”. Emedici online patient-based cases – Myocardial infarction. 2011. Available at: http://emedici.com/medici_online.php
- Raith EP. “Hungry for air”. Emedici online patient-based cases – Acute pulmonary oedema. 2011. Available at: http://emedici.com/medici_online.php
- Raith EP, Hamilton-Craig C. “Increasing breathlessness in a young woman”. Emedici online patient-based cases – Adult congenital heart disease (Atrial septal defect). 2011. Available at: http://emedici.com/medici_online.php
- Raith EP. “Lights Out”. Emedici online patient-based cases – Supraventricular tachycardia. 2011. Available at: http://emedici.com/medici_online.php
- Raith EP. “Paging Dr. Blalock”. Emedici online patient-based cases – Introduction to congenital heart disease. 2011. Available at: http://emedici.com/medici_online.php
Date Topic Location Name 2018 - ongoing Thiamine deficiency in patients admitted to intensive caRe with sEpsis and Septic Shock (TRESS): A Prospective Epidemiological Pilot Study Royal Adelaide Hospital Esther Bulle 2017 - ongoing Outcomes, clinical characteristics, and health care costs associated with intensive care management of severe (WFNS grade-V) subarachnoid haemorrhage: A single centre retrospective analysis. Royal Adelaide Hospital Minny Ojha
Date Role Board name Institution name Country 2010 - 2011 Member University Department of Rural Health Board of Studies University of Sydney Australia 2006 - 2009 Member Board of the Faculty of Health Sciences The University of Adelaide Australia
Date Role Membership Country 2016 - ongoing Member Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society Australia 2015 - ongoing Member Society of Critical Care Medicine United States
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