Dr Sandy Inglis is a Perth trained FACEM with over 20 years experience, presently residing in France. His initial Emergency Medicine career was in Australia and New Zealand but since then he has worked in the UK and, for the last 6 years, in South Africa as clinical director of a large trauma centre and a private emergency department. Presently he is working as an emergency medicine specialist in Reykjavik, Iceland and has special interests in trauma, teaching and clinical governance of ED’s.
Dr. Bowra is an experienced Emergency Medicine Specialist and the CEO and founder of ConnectedMed the parent company of My Emergency Dr. He is a published author (Emergency Ultrasound Made Easy, Bowra and McLaughlin 2nd ed) and his passions include telehealth, tele-education and ultrasound.
Dr. Short is a Sydney-based specialist emergency doctor with a keen interest in Emergency Education and Quality Assurance. She instructs internationally on the Advanced Paediatric Life Support course (UK and Australia) and the Emergency Life Care Course (Sri Lanka) and is a Conjoint Lecturer at the St George and Sutherland UNSW Clinical School.
Dr. Paoloni is the Chief Medical Advisor for ConnectedMed, coordinating the activities of the FACEMs employed by the company. He is an experienced senior emergency physician, Fellow of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (FACEM) and an Associate Professor with the University of Sydney. Richard is currently the Chair of the ACEM Workforce Subcommittee and a member of the ACEM Standards Committee. Previous roles include the NSW Faculty Chair of ACEM (4 years) and Director of Emergency Medicine at Concord Hospital (12 years). He has a strong interest in streamlining access to emergency care, developing and refining new models of care and promoting high quality service within emergency medicine consultations.
Dr. Baker is a Specialist Emergency Physician who has worked at Ipswich Hospital since 1991. She has been training emergency medicine doctors for the last 10 years, and has a special interest in emergency department bedside ultrasound.
She is a faculty member of the Australian Institute of Ultrasound.
Dr. O’Kane has been working at Townsville Hospital in Far North Queensland for the last 14 years. He flies regularly with Life flight on both fixed wing and helicopter medical retrievals. Carl has also assisted in the coordination of North Queensland retrieval assets for 12 years, including the use of telehealth to assist rural and remote emergency care. Additionally, he is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the co-located James Cook University.
Dr Tweed has been working as a Specialist Emergency Physician for nearly 15 years. In that time he has worked in London, Auckland and Brisbane, but is currently based in Western Australia. His interests include ethics in emergency medicine and patient safety.
Dr. Christophers has been an Emergency Physician (FACEM) since 2000, works full-time in public and private ED’s in Perth, has locummed across the country, currently with WACHS in Busselton and Northam. He has previously been involved with the college as DEMT and on the SAQ exam committee. He has been an EMST Instructor since 2003. He has done diverse things such as Ship’s Doctor to Antarctica, Japan and the South Pacific, worked at the Olympics and the Commonwealth Games as Athlete Care Doctor and is passionate about playing hockey, going skiing and watching all sports particularly AFL and his beloved West Coast!
Dr Sheravika Leonny is a Melbourne-trained specialist emergency physician with over 10 years experience in the field. She has worked in regional, urban and tertiary hospitals internationally and is an enthusiastic educator in Emergency Medicine, particularly in the field of simulation. She is passionate about providing care to patients in an innovative era, while maintaining a fundamental holistic and respectful approach.
Dr Ascencio-Lane is an Emergency physician based in Tasmania. Having worked in Ireland and New Zealand, he is now settled in Hobart, Tasmania. He instructs on the Advanced Paediatric Life Support course and has helped to establish an emergency training program for rural doctors in Tasmania (EMET). He is currently the Tasmanian representative on the Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships (CAPP) for ACEM and is the college’s representative on the reference group for the formation of clinical guidelines in conjunction with the Heart Foundation / Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand for Atrial Fibrillation.
As well as having an interest in and having a diploma in Sports Medicine, he is currently undertaking training to be a specialist in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine.