Associate Professor Deepak Doshi is the Deputy Executive Director of Medical Services at Rockhampton Hospital in sunny Queensland. A/Prof Doshi has presented at international conferences across Europe, Asia, Africa and Australasia. A/Prof Doshi trained as a Surgeon in India and then moved to UK and achieved Fellowship in Emergency and Paediatric Emergency Medicine. Rural leadership has been area of his interest and he has conducted this original research over the last two years. A/Prof Doshi shares his research and outcomes of this unique research here.
Dr Elias completed her medical training in Melbourne and since then has lived and worked in many commonwealth countries, comparing and contrasting health systems. She is now a second year RACMA candidate at Sydney Adventist Hospital, enjoying the challenges of navigating the complexities of medical leadership in the largest Private single campus hospital in NSW.
Dr Krishnasivam is currently working as a Medical Administration Registrar. He has an interest in resuscitation and critical care based aspects of medicine, in particular in the area of Medical Emergency Team calls.
He also enjoys working with JMOs in particular with teaching and training matters. As a result, this project in the after-hours space has been very rewarding for him, as it encompasses the things he enjoys most in clinical work.
Medical Administration Registrar, Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA
Dr Christopher Tan has been the medical administration registrar at the Royal Adelaide Hospital for the last 3 years. Chris holds Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and completed advanced training in Rural Anaesthesia. Chris has particular interests in eHealth and provides training to medical officers in the use of their electronic health record.
Dr Piraveen Pirakalathanan is aRACMA trainee at Monash Health, Victoria. Piraveen previously trained as a surgical registrar and helped lead a digital health firm prior to pursuing a career in medical administration.