About Us

East of England Paediatric Critical Care Operational Delivery Network

What We Do

We work collaboratively with 17 units across the East of England to deliver high quality care to our children and their families

Meet The Team

Elizabeth Langham


ODN Director of NCC/SIC/PCC ODN, my role incorporates working at a local, regional and national level and having oversight and strategic vision for all 3 ODN's

Lauren Filby

Clinical Lead

I’ve been the clinical lead of the PCC ODN since it’s first year, and combine this role with working as a paediatric consultant in Ipswich.

Alison Clark

Lead Nurse

I have spent the last 30 years working both in PICU and also as a Senior Sister in general paediatrics at CUH.

Francesca Wright

Lead Nurse for Education

I am passionate about the education and development of the critical care workforce and ensuring staff have the framework, knowledge and skills to provide excellent care.

Naomi Rowell

Lead Practice Development Nurse

My backround is in paediatric critical care nursing both in London and Cambridge, where I also worked as an educator. My role at the ODN is to work with the team to support Critical Care education across the region, ensuring that children receive the best care when they need it.

Amie Cole

Long Term Ventilation Practice Educator

My background is in paediatric critical care working in Paediatric Intensive Care, Cardiac Intensive Care, Acute Transport Service and as a High Dependency Facilitator.

Yusaf Mohiuddin

Project Manager

I am the Project Manager for the Paediatric Critical Care & Surgery in Children ODN. I have a background in research & data analytics.

Kelly Hart

ODN Office Manager

I have been part of the ODN team since 2019 and I assist with the admin and organising needs of the team.

Eniko Erdodi

Data Coordinator/Administrator

I am the Data Coordinator and Administrator for the PCC & SiC ODN teams.


All of our units provides care at level 1.

The PICU at Addenbrookes provides care up to level

Level 1-

An area where level 1 Paediatric Critical Care is delivered. With Paediatric Critical Care Network agreement, CPAP for bronchiolitis may be initiated or continued in a number of Paediatric Critical Care Units

Level 2-

A ward area where level 1 and 2 Paediatric Critical care is delivered.

Other than in specialist children’s hospitals, Level 2 Units should be able to provide, as a minimum, acute (and chronic) non-invasive ventilation (both CPAP an BiBAP support) and care for children with tracheostomies and children on long-term ventilation.

Level 3-

A unit delivering Level 2 and 3 Paediatric Critical Care

This unit may also be called a Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)


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Luton & Dunstable

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Princess Alexandra

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West Suffolk

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James Paget

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Queen Elizabeth

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Norfolk & Norwich

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Our Paediatric Critical Care Units

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