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Professor Lyn Robinson

Professor Lynn Robinson is the Director of Research and Development at the Centre for Innovation in Professional Learning (CIPL), The University of Queensland, where her interests are in large-scale professional workforce capacity development, particularly using online networks. Before joining CIPL in 2010, she had a long career in the health care sector encompassing general practice, hospital administration, health system reform and health systems research. She has had a lifelong interest in education and has taught many thousands of health professionals on topics related to clinical leadership, teamwork, innovation and quality and safety.



Dr Mike Cadogan

Emergency physician with a passion for medical informatics and medical education.
Co-founder of HealthEngine, iMeducate and GMEP (Global Medical Education Project). Mike is a fervent user of social media and the sharing of experiences amongst doctors for education, no matter where they may be located.



Professor Tim Dornan

Professor Tim Dornan is the Professor of Medical Education, Department of Educational Development and Research, Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences, Maastricht University, Netherlands. He studied Medicine and History & Philosophy of Science at Cambridge and subsequently qualified as a doctor from Oxford. After residency, which included doctoral and post-doctoral study in Britain and the USA, he became a consultant internist and endocrinologist in Manchester, where he started developing a career as an educationalist. He helped design and implement Manchester’s innovative problem-based and integrated undergraduate medical curriculum. He completed a Maastricht Masters degree in 2002 and subsequently a Maastricht PhD on clinical workplace learning. He headed the University of Manchester’s medical education research group before joining the Maastricht group as a Professor in 2010, where he contributes to graduate education and fosters collaboration with other education research groups worldwide. He teaches qualitative methodology and social learning theories. His current research is exploring constructivist approaches to evidence synthesis in the world of medical education, including realist synthesis. He is also examining the interplay between theory and practice in workplace learning.



Dr Stephanie Trust

Dr Stephanie Trust is the Deputy Medical Director at Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council (KAMSC), she is a Gidja woman from Wuggubun community, born and bred in the Kimberley region and is an indigenous medicine graduate of the University of Western Australia in Perth WA..
The KAMSC region has an Aboriginal population of around 50,000, with half of those living in remote communities across an area the size of South Australia. Her practise increasingly involves the use of innovative technologies that combine telehealth and electronic health records.