Dr Stuart Dalziel is a specialist paediatrician with sub-specialty training in paediatric emergency medicine. He is the Director of Emergency Medicine Research at Starship Children’s Hospital, Auckland – New Zealand’s only tertiary paediatric hospital. He received his undergraduate training from the University of Otago, with postgraduate training in paediatrics in both New Zealand and United Kingdom, culminating with a Fellowship at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. Stuart has a PhD in epidemiology from the University of Auckland and is involved in both local and international emergency medicine research groups. Stuart is the current chair of the Paediatric Research in Emergency Departments International Collaborative (PREDICT, Australasia’s paediatric emergency medicine research network) and Vice-Chair of the Pediatric Emergency Research Network (PERN), a collaboration of the six major international paediatric emergency medicine research networks. His research interests are focused around acute paediatric presentations, specifically respiratory and neurological presentations, as well as long-term effects of perinatal/early life treatments. Stuart is the Programme Director for PIPPA Tamariki.