Michèle Bossy


I have been a Consultant Anaesthetist and Intensivist at the Royal Surrey County Hospital since 2015. My clinical interests include regional anaesthesia and in-situ high fidelity simulation for use in both staff training and systems testing.

Having completed my training across KSS and London, I was successful in attaining the European Diploma of Regional Anaesthesia in 2014 following my Regional Anaesthesia fellowship.  

Currently I am Trust Lead for simulation simulation at RSCH. The Medisim centre is currently one of the busiest sim centres in the region, delivering a range of national and regional courses as well as local in-house training and a reputation for innovation in clinical simulation training. I have developed one of the first in-situ sim labs within a busy intensive care unit which is used regularly to train multi-discpplinary teams as well as deliver regional courses. We are the demonstration centre for the first Ingmar ASL lung device in the UK. We also have a good academic reputation with regular contributions to international conferences including including ASPiH and SEASAM. We have been awarded grants from the TEL project at Health Education England for the development of several of our courses, including STricT (simulation tricky trips course). I also run a popular national Final FRCA viva course and am chair of the SMART-HED group at RSCH developing research into healthcare education and simulation.