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RACGP Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health

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RACGP Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health board

Associate Professor Brad Murphy - Chair
Associate Professor Peter O’Mara- New South Wales/ACT representative and Deputy Chair
Associate Professor Mary Martin AM - Honorary Provost
Dr Hung Nguyen - Censor
Dr John Scopel - Victoria representative
Dr Paul Burgess - Northern Territory representative
Dr Tanya Schramm - Tasmania representative
Dr Catherine Brooker  - Western Australia representative
Dr Rachael Moulden - Queensland representative
Dr Annapurna Nori - South Australia representative
Dr Karen Nicholls - Torres Strait Islander representative
Professor Jenny Reath – Co-opted member
Dr Keith Gleeson – Chair, Indigenous General Practice Registrar Network
Mr Lucas Booth - Student representative
Ms Ada Parry - Community representative
Mr Alan Brown - Community representative
Dr Tammy Kimpton - AIDA representative
my John Rumble - NACCHO representative

Associate Professor Brad Murphy – Chair

Associate Professor Brad Murphy is an Aboriginal man from the Kamilaroi people of northwest New South Wales and is the Chair of RACGP Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health. A/Prof Murphy is also a GP and Services Director – Clinical/Medical at the Indigenous Wellbeing Centre in Bundaberg, Queensland.

Associate Professor Murphy has a passion for enhancing the provision of health care and actively seeks opportunities for participating in the promotion and enhancement of health care and social justice circumstances facing the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

Brad is a founding member of the Jimmy Little Foundation, established to help improve kidney health in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across regional and remote Australia.

Associate Professor Peter O’Mara – Deputy Chair and NSW/ACT representative

Associate Professor Peter O’Mara is from the Wiradjuri people of NSW. Peter has worked with the Tobwabba Aboriginal Medical Service since 2002, and described himself as an Aboriginal man who loves being a doctor.

Peter loves working one on one with his patients and finds a source of satisfaction in the knowledge that in his own small way, the work that he does contributes toward closing the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous health outcomes.

In 2008, Peter pursued his other passion – making good doctors – and took on the position of Associate Professor, Indigenous Medical Education and Head of Discipline, Indigenous Health at Newcastle University. Peter has been a member of the AIDA Board for 8 years and was President of AIDA from 2009 – 2012.

Associate Professor Mary Martin AM - Honorary Provost

Mary Martin AM has been an Honorary Member of the RACGP since 2006, is the Honorary Provost of RACGP Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and the General Practice Education & Training Officer with the Queensland Aboriginal & Islander Health Council.

Mary has been involved in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care services since 1976 in a variety of different roles - as a consumer, a Registered Nurse, a CEO and at governance level, as an elected Board of Director of two Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Services in Queensland. Mary is committed to advocating for better health for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Dr Hung Nguyen – Censor

Hung The Nguyen is a GP in multicultural Glen Waverley and an GP educator for Monash University, Health Education Australia Limited (HEAL), CultureMate and other training organisations.

He is a Board Director at HEAL and South East Melbourne Medicare Local. He has ongoing interests in Multicultural Health, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, Education and e-learning technologies.

Outside the office you will most likely see him cooking, walking, taking photos and writing a haiku or two.

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