MBBS FCICM Master of clinical ultrasound
Supervisor of training CICM
Organ Donation Specialist Donate life QLD
Gold Coast Health Service
Dr Angelly Martinez is an intensivist at Gold Coast University Hospital.
Angelly is an organ donation specialist for Donate Life QLD and supervisor of training for the College of Intensive Care Medicine and Australian College of Emergency Medicine. She has a Master of clinical ultrasound from the University of Melbourne.
Her career passions are quality assurance, patient safety, risk management and translation of research into practice. She chairs the quality and safety and mortality and morbidity meetings at departmental level. At hospital level she sits on the clinical incident and end of life committees.
Angelly is the convenor of Gold Coast primary examination course GOLD PERC and is an active member of the Queensland training pathway education committee.
Intensive Care Specialist
Royal North Shore Hospital
Dr Naomi Diel is a Staff Specialist in Intensive Care Medicine at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney, Australia. She has a specialist interest in post-graduate medical education and training as well as trainee mentoring and welfare. Naomi has a graduate diploma in clinical education from Flinders University Australia and is a current College of Intensive Care Medicine primary examiner. She is involved in medical education with the Sydney university medical program, the RNSH junior medical staff program and the RNSH ICU inter-disciplinary education program. Naomi was part of the organising committee for the 2017 CICM Annual Scientific Meeting in Sydney and is looking forward to a successful 2020 SG-ANZICS Meeting.
MStJ, BSc, BHB, MBChB, DipPallMed, FCICM.
Intensivist & Medical Donation Specialist
Department of Intensive Care & Hyperbaric Medicine
The Alfred Hospital Melbourne
David is an intensivist and medical donation specialist at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. He started training in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine in Auckland before moving to Sydney to complete his intensive care training. He has also spent time training in prehospital and retrieval medicine and palliative medicine. Following his training he completed a fellowship in trauma critical care in Toronto. Before medicine he worked as a paramedic in Auckland. He is interested in end of life care, bioethics, organ donation, prehospital and retrieval medicine, trauma and ECMO. He has an embarrassingly large collection of Lego.
MD FCICM GradDipClinTeach
Intensive Care Specialist | The Royal Melbourne Hospital
Medical Donation Specialist | Donate Life Victoria
Clinical Sub-Dean Simulation | The University of Melbourne
Christian Karcher trained in Anaesthesia in Tuebingen (Germany) before moving to Melbourne where he trained in Intensive Care Medicine. He works as an Intensive Care Specialist at the Royal Melbourne Hospital where he is the medical lead of the ICU Education programme.
He also has an interest in resuscitation after cardiac surgery and is on the steering committee for Cardiothoracic Advanced Life Support for Australia and New Zealand (CALS-ANZ).
In his role as Clinical Sub-Dean for Simulation at the University of Melbourne, Christian is actively involved in curriculum development and teaching of medical students. He is currently enrolled in a Master in Clinical Education program at the University of Melbourne.
Christian has been involved in healthcare simulation and patient safety training for over 15years with a particular interest in teamwork, human factors and crisis resource management.
Over the years, he developed and delivered many successful interprofessional courses for Intensive Care and Medical Emergency Teams nationally and internationally.
Kate Tietjens is an intensivist at Wellington Hospital in New Zealand. She is the medical lead for the ICU education programme and the CICM Supervisor of Training. She is also employed in a teaching role with the University of Otago, Wellington School of Medicine. Her professional interests include end of life care, paediatrics and simulation for medical education.
Kate is passionate about staff welfare and is particularly interested in promoting gender equity within ICU medicine and finding ways to better support parents in the workplace. She is the New Zealand Regional Representative on the WIN ANZICS committee.
Kate has three wonderful but very noisy boys aged 5, 3 and 1 years. If she has any free time, she likes to play social netball or dance to 90s hip hop. Kate holds the official social portfolio for her department and would likely become an event planner if medicine didn’t work out.
Paediatric Intensive Care Fellow
The Children’s Westmead Hospital Sydney Australia
Dr Melanie Jansen is a paediatric intensive care specialist with a special interest and expertise in Clinical Ethics. During her specialist training, Melanie completed a Master of Arts in Philosophy and co-led the working group to establish the Centre for Children’s Health Ethics & Law (CCHEL) at Children’s Health Queensland. She was the inaugural Clinical Ethics Fellow at the Queensland Children’s Hospital in 2015. In 2017, Melanie completed a Churchill Fellowship in Clinical Ethics during which she visited clinical ethics centres in Europe, the UK, USA, and Canada. One of the key threads running through the fellowship was exploring the value of medical humanities. Melanie’s ethics interest areas include critical care decision making, evaluation of clinical ethics services, healthcare rationing, and relational skills training. In the clinical sphere, Melanie has special interests in retrieval medicine and trauma management. She is a principal investigator on the Fibrinogen Early In Severe Trauma studY (FEISTY) Junior trial. Melanie works as a staff specialist in PICU at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
Dr Andrew currently practises in National University Hospital as a respiratory physician and intensivist. Apart from trudging the hallways of the hospital seeing patients and appreciating how transient life is, he can be seen spending most of his free time with his wife and 3 kids snacking away. He firmly believes in the word "collaboration" and is happy to contribute wherever he can.
Dr Chia Yew Woon is a Senior Consultant Cardiologist and Intensivist and Director of the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit in Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore. His diverse interests include hemodynamic monitoring, mechanical circulatory support and critical care ultrasound for which he has been supporting educational efforts in these areas. He also leads a successful post-cardiac arrest care program and is a faculty in the regional cardiac arrest courses. He currently serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor with the local medical school.
Dr Lee obtained her MBBS from the National University of Singapore, and went on to qualify for the MRCP (UK) Internal Medicine, MMed (Internal Medicine) and MMed (Anaesthesia). During her time spent in residency, Dr Lee has focused her time both on academic and non-academic pursuits. She is involved in multiple research projects ranging from case reports, retrospective studies and has recently embarked on a small randomized controlled trial. On the non-academic front, she volunteered as a medical doctor at the 8th ASEAN Para Games in 2015, and has gone to our neighbouring Asean countries to offer anaesthetic support to the medical team doing primarily cleft palates and lips corrective surgeries.
Having completed my specialty training in the UK, I’ve recently returned to Singapore to take up my current role as Associate Consultant in Paediatric Intensive Care Medicine at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital. My professional areas of interest include ARDS and sepsis, the latter of which I’ve had the opportunity to further pursue by completing the Diploma of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. I also have an interest in medical education, particularly pertaining to the use of medical simulation for training. In my spare time, I enjoy walking and all manner of sports, and am never much happier than when relaxing with a good Flat White.
Dr See is currently Head & Senior Consultant of the Division of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, National University Hospital. His research interests include cardiopulmonary physiology, critical care ultrasonography and healthcare quality improvement.