Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships

The Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships consists of a Chair and Deputy Chair (appointed by the Board); regionally-elected FACEM members (ex-officio members); and a trainee representative.

View the report of the latest CAPP meeting (November 2016).

Anthony Lawler

President
Tony is the President of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine. Tony practises clinically at Royal Hobart Hospital, Tasmania. He also has roles as a Professor in Health Services at the...
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Anthony Cross

Immediate Past President
Anthony was born and bred in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs and went on to obtain his medical degree at Monash University. He had 'always' wanted to be a doctor but Year 10 work experience at Box Hill...
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Yusuf Nagree (Chair)

Western Australia
Yusuf was born in Tanzania but moved to Australia whilst a toddler and grew up in Wollongong obtaining his primary medical degree from the University of Sydney. After an intern year in Canberra, he...
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John Bonning (Deputy Chair)

New Zealand
John Bonning has been a Specialist Emergency Physician for over 10 years and has been Director of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Waikato Hospital since 2010. He is Chair of the NZ Faculty...
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Suzanne Smallbane

Australian Capital Territory
I was born in Hobart in 1967 and spent my childhood in Tasmania. I attended the University of Tasmania and graduated in 1990. I have subsequently enjoyed a varied career, commencing with my intern...
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Andrew Bezzina

New South Wales
Andrew Bezzina was born in the flat farmlands of London, Ontario, Canada. He grew up in the Illawarra in NSW and gained his medical degree from Sydney University. Having “wandered” in medicine for...
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Sally McCarthy

New South Wales
Born in Sydney, both Sally's parents came from country NSW.   Early on, she planned to do orthopaedics or surgery, but found she enjoyed a wide range of specialties as a junior doctor. After a...
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Alan Tankel

New South Wales
Having trained and worked overseas, Alan moved to Australia in 1990, working in four states before settling in sunny Coffs Harbour at the end of 1999. He serves on the panel of Senior Adjudicators...
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Scott Boyes

New Zealand
Scott graduated in medicine from the University of Otago, New Zealand, in 1995. He was awarded Fellowship of the College in January 2006. Scott has a particular interest in trauma and has served on...
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Didier Palmer

Northern Territory
I was born in England, spent my childhood in Africa and qualified from the University of Wales School of Medicine (UK). After a few years working in various specialties and picking up a few...
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