For the latest COVID-19 information from the College click here.

The purpose of the Regional Wellbeing Champion role is to optimise communication between the College, and its members and trainees in relation to the ACEM wellbeing initiatives.
 
Regional Wellbeing Champions work with ACEM staff to:

  • promote ACEM initiatives that support wellbeing at a local, regional or national level via ACEM events and Faculty meetings;
  • ensure appropriate reporting to and liaison with the relevant Regional Faculty Board;
  • provide input into any review or development of College initiatives that support the wellbeing of its members and/or trainees; and
  • review external wellbeing resources for substantiation, merit and relevance to the needs of emergency medicine physicians. 

Full details of the role are set out in PD787 Regional Wellbeing Champion

If you have any queries regarding the Regional Wellbeing Champion role or our Wellbeing Champions, please do not hesitate to contact [email protected].

Your Regional Wellbeing Champions

  • Jo Cole, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Mike Nicholls, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Mark Sagarin, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Joanne Crogan, Australian Capital Territory
  • Laura Brown, New South Wales
  • Dane Chalkley, New South Wales
  • Bishan Rajapakse, New South Wales
  • Charlotte Durand, Northern Territory
  • Josh Monester, Northern Territory
  • Una Harrington, Queensland
  • Shani Raghwan, Queensland
  • Rajesh Sehdev, Queensland
  • Elissa Pearton, South Australia
  • Cheryl Martin, Tasmania
  • Tim Mettam, Tasmania
  • Andrew Dean, Victoria
  • Minnie Seward, Victoria
  • Andy Tagg, Victoria
  • Clare Dibona, Western Australia
  • Michael Hale, Western Australia
  • Pradeep Sanjamala, Western Australia

TOPICS