I'm a Consultant Emergency Physician working full-time in Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Western Australia since January 2008. I've trained in both Northern Ireland and Australia, completing my Emergency Medicine Fellowship in the UK before relocating back to Perth in 2007.
I became the Deputy head of the Emergency Department in September 2011 and progressed to become the head of the department in March 2014.
In January 2012 I became a Director of Clinical training, mentoring 40 interns throughout the hospital, a 4 year term.
In January 2013 I completed a certificate in Postgraduate medical education at the University of Western Australia.
In September 2013 I joined the volunteer pool of AUSMAT (The Australian Medical Assistance Team)
In October 2013 I was appointed to the Council of ACEM (The Australasian College for Emergency Medicine) which became CAPP (The Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships) with the restructuring of ACEM.
In March 2015 I joined the ACEM workforce subcommittee.
I have also worked as a Consultant in a rural Emergency Department at Albany Regional Hospital (between 20-30 days a year) since February 2010.