Stalwart of the FACEM exam preparation scene for over a decade, founder of the most useful VAQ preparation sessions on the planet, historian, literatus, and head of the Victorian FACEM Study Group for 2015 and Beyond.
DEMT at Epworth, and a few other roles at college. Runs courses with the aim of assisting clinicians’ exam campaigns
Ian has taught Fellowship exam material since 2001, at MMC and Casey and through Don’s Teemwork course. He is a college examiner and a simulation instructor. He loves talking, and OSCE’s, so he will take on communication. Outside medicine, he can be found bushwalking, diving, taking photographs and breeding children.
A new FACEM with a recent fellowship year at RCH giving the small people some devoted learning time. A reformed nomad now calling Melbourne home with a very smart FACEM husband and a super cute “threenager”. A career learner and proud (but baffled) recipient of a Buchanan Prize (2013). Happy to be labelled “over excited groupie” to this collaborative learning movement with its fantastic bunch of mentors, educators and motivated learners
Melbourne ER physician, father, music lover, social media tart, idiot savant without much of the savant… #FOAMed supporter with an interest in all ED topics which aren’t sexy
DEMT at Monash Paediatric ED – longstanding interest in clinical teaching, fellowship exam preparation. Hasn’t ordered a D-dimer in two years. Not very good at maths, so found a different way to manage children needing resuscitation without the use of a whiteboard (monashchildrenshospital.org/resuscitation)
Runs this site, director of the ETM Course, recent ex-co-host of the Aussie edition of EMRAP (along with Amit) occasionally helps Don Liew out as an examiner at the Teemwork AMC Exam Preparation course for IMG’s, even more occasionally lectures undergrad med students at Monash Uni. Oh, and sometimes works in an ED: mostly as a regular locum in Darwin.