Dr Stuart McLay 


E stuart.mclay@health.wa.gov.au
T +61 6 9224 8458

Profile
Dr Stuart McLay completed his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery studies in 2009 at the University of Western Australia, and has since worked in a variety of metropolitan and rural hospitals including Royal Perth Hospital, Peel Health Campus, Armadale Health Service and Kalgoorlie Regional Hospital. He commenced training in Emergency Medicine with the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine in 2011.

In 2014, he commenced ACEM Advanced Training, was awarded a Certificate in Clinician Performed Ultrasound (E-FAST) from the Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine and was elevated to the level of Instructor Course Instructor for the Australian Resuscitation Council’s Advanced Life Support Level 2 course. In 2015 Dr McLay took up his position as Research Registrar at Royal Perth Hospital’s Emergency Department.

Qualifications
2009      MBBS
2014      CCPU[E-FAST]

Special Interests

  • Human Factors:
    • Patient expectations and meaning response and their interplay with clinical outcome
    • Simulation & teamwork
    • Alcohol related presentations; social, clinical and economic impacts.
  • Information Technology:
    • Social media: impacts on medical education & information dissemination
    • Health Informatics
  • Critical illness management and resuscitation:
    • Critical cardiac events
    • Pulmonary Embolism
    • Stroke
  • Delivery of critical illness management in extreme environments
  • Education

Publications
Lewis ML, McLay SVB, Wallace I. 2015 (Epub ahead of print). Case Letter: Red-back spider bite to the tympanic membrane with 21 day follow up. Emergency Medicine Australasia. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

McLay SVB, MacDonald PJ. 2014. Case Letter: Hyper-dopaminergic ballismus and respiratory dyskinesia treated with intravenous haloperidol. Emergency Medicine Australasia 26:647-8. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

Cucca YY, McLay SV, Okamoto T, Ecker J, McMenamin PG. 2010. The biceps brachii muscle and its distal insertion: observations of surgical and evolutionary relevance. Surgical & Radiologic Anatomy 32(4):371-5. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

Presentations
McLay S, Yap T, Mukherjee A, Ramachandran N. 2014. Dyspnoea in the Second Trimester – An Unexpected Diagnosis. At: SMACC Gold Conference; 19-21; Gold Coast, QLD. 

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