Our personalised services for doctors include:
If you are Director of Training or private group looking for a workshop solution in relation to medical career planing or medical education we are able to tailor a package to suit your needs.
If you are a Medical Educator looking to get online with your content or education packages we are able to assist you through our AdvanceMed Academy Courses.
If you are another company looking to improve your brand awareness with doctors you may wish to consider contacting us about a partnership proposal.
Anthony is one of the two co-founders of AdvanceMed. A Consultant Psychiatrist with extensive medical education and medical human resources experience, Anthony has served over 12 years in various Managerial and Directorial roles, including 4 years as the Medical Director of the Health Education & Training Institute and recently completed a guide into Best Practice for Selection of Trainees into employment roles for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. He is currently working on a similar project for the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists.
Anthony is an expert in Medical HR. He has reviewed numerous CVs, chaired and conducted over a thousand job interviews and provided advice to a number of employers and Colleges about selection processes. He is also a Conjoint Senior Lecturer at the University of Newcastle’s School of Medicine & Public Health.
Anthony was born on Mouheneenner land in Hobart (Tasmania) and pays respect to the traditional owners of lands he lives and works on, and elders past and present.
He also has a keen interest in technology and marketing and is Chief Technical Officer and a founder of the highly popular onthewards.org project – a website and application designed to assist medical practitioners in their earliest days of postgraduate practice.
Rachel completed her medical degree at the University of New England and held various roles including University of New England Medical Students Association Academic Convenor, Anatomy Tutor and Tablelands Clinical School Student Representative. Rachel completed her internship and residency within Hunter New England Local Health District and was a member of the Hunter New England Accelerated Psychiatry Program.
Rachel is a 2018 graduand of the HETI LEAD-LEAP medical leadership program. She is now employed as a Conjoint and Casual Academic for the University of Newcastle Joint Medical Program and Wollotuka (Indigenous Education and Research) Institute.
CVS, RESUMES & LINKEDIN
AdvanceMed | University of South Wales | Flinders University | The Joyful Doctor
Coaching & Mentoring | Careers / LinkedIn Specialist | Personal & Leadership Development | Medical Leadership | Medical Education
Adam has worked in the medical careers arena for approximately two years now. One of his main roles was working as a careers coach for GPs wanting to move from being full-time clinicians to GPs with a part-time clinical practice as part of a ‘portfolio’ of roles. During this role he deepened his knowledge of LinkedIn from being that of merely a user to someone advising others on profile development.
He has reviewed numerous CVs and been on multiple interview panels, including positions as far-ranging as prospective medical student to healthcare organisation CEO. His background is that of a qualified GP and Barrister-at-Law from the UK and he is now living in Australia for the foreseeable future.
He has held various medical education posts and has worked in medical leadership roles (including as an Assistant Medical Director, Urgent Care Centre Medical Lead, Board Director (both executive and non-executive) and Local Medical Committee Vice-Chair) since 2016.
Adam is currently completing his life coaching studies and is moving on to his leadership and executive coach training soon. He is aiming to specialise in coaching doctors, medical leaders and healthcare organisation executives with a view to helping prevent burnout and enable leaders and executives to promote positive cultures within their organisations.
Neel completed his medical degree at Western Sydney University, where he served as the MedSoc President (2014) and Chair of the NSW Medical Students’ Council (2015). He then worked as a Junior Medical Officer with the Hunter New England Local Health District, during which he co-chaired the Health Education & Training Institute’s NSW JMO Forum, representing over 2,000 junior doctors on state & national levels.
Neel co-founded the Pre-Internship (PRINT) Conference in 2014 while he was a medical student. The popular non-profit academic event is held yearly in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane for final year medical students who are about to transition to internship.
Neel is a 2017 graduand of the HETI LEAD-LEAP medical leadership program, and has a strong interest in health leadership, medical education and innovation.
He is now working as a Basic Physician Trainee (BPT) within the Northern Sydney Local Health District. He is a Conjoint Fellow at the University of Newcastle, where he is also completing a Certificate of Clinical Teaching & Supervision.
Dr Naj Soomro is a physician with a research interest in Sports Medicine, Rural Health and Medical Technology. After finishing his MBBS he did a Masters in International Public Health (Major: Injury Prevention) from The University of Sydney. He has received several international scholarships and has collaborations with several sporting organisations including Cricket Australia and FIFA.
His PhD investigated Cricket injury epidemiology in Australia and developed an injury prevention program for cricketers which was a collaborative research project between Cricket Australia, Cricket New South Wales and The University of Sydney. He was also an organising member of Cricket World Cup 2015 conference.
Naj has has taken up his first supervised post in Australia at Wodonga Hospital.
We will be following Naj through his journey in the medical training system in Australia.
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