Fellows of the Faculty residing in each State or Territory of Australia and New Zealand constitute the six separate AFRM regions.
The AFRM regional committees run training and continuing professional development programs for rehabilitation medicine Fellows and trainees and, develop educational resources for rehabilitation medicine.
Regional committees advise the AFRM Council on matters relevant to their area and prepare committee project proposals for the approval by the Faculty Council. A regional committee will then go on to develop and manage their approved project.
Promoting Rehabilitation Medicine is an important role of each committee. Each regional committee, under the direction of the Faculty, responds to new and emerging Rehabilitation Medicine issues and contributes to policy and advocacy activities. Learn more about the AFRM and its activities.
All AFRM members are automatically part of their regional membership. Read the AFRM Regional Committee Terms of Reference and Aotearoa NZ AFRM Committee Terms of Reference.
Aotearoa NZ | NSW/ACT | Queensland | SA/NT | VIC/TAS | Western Australia
Aotearoa New Zealand
Dr Richard Seeman, Chair
Dr Bensy Mathew, AFRM Training Committee
Dr Sue Kim, Regional Training Co-ordinator
Dr Lai Peng Tham, AFRM Assessment Committee
Dr Robin Sekerak, AFRM Policy and Advocacy Representative
Dr Jo Quigley, Trainee Representative
View the AFRM Aotearoa NZ Committee Terms of Reference.
Contact the Aotearoa NZ AFRM Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org
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New South Wales/Australian Capital Territory
Dr Malcolm Bowman, Chair
vacant, Honorary Secretary
Dr Fey-Ching Un, Regional Training Coordinator
Dr Tai-Tak Wan, AFRM Policy and Advocacy representative
Dr Atif Shahzad, Member
Dr Stephanie Lam, Trainee representative
Dr David Eckerman, Chair
Dr Teresa Shulman, Honorary Secretary
Dr Amrita Prasad, Regional Training Coordinator
Dr Cassandra McLennan, AFRM Policy and Advocacy Committee Representative
Dr Wilbur Kar Man Chan, Member
Dr Tim Butson, Trainee Representative
Read about The Early History of Rehabilitation Medicine in Queensland (2015, PDF).
South Australia/Northern Territory
Dr Venugopal Kochiyil, Chair
Dr Cristina Manu, Honorary Secretary
Dr Vun Vun Wong, Regional Training Coordinator
Dr Rabin Bhandari, AFRM Policy & Advocacy Committee representative
Dr Anupam Datta-Gupta, Member
Dr Shailaja Hima Venugopal, Member
Dr Yulia Kravchenko, Member
Dr Kisani Manuel, Trainee representative
Dr David Murphy, Chair
Dr Jill Collins, Honorary Secretary
Dr Rob Weller, Regional Training Coordinator
Dr Lisa Sherry, Policy and Advocacy Committee representative
Dr Michael Chou, Member
Dr Yan Chow, Member
Dr Warren Jennings-Bell, Member
Dr Imogen Windle, Trainee representative
Dr Jon Ho Chan, Chair
vacant, Honorary Secretary
Dr Emma-Leigh Synnott, Regional Training Coordinator, AFRM Policy and Advocacy Committee Representative
Dr Christopher Martin, Trainee Representative
To ensure that RACP processes remain fair and robust, including our reconsideration, review and appeal process, it is important that individual Committee members are not contacted directly regarding any matters that are or potentially under consideration. College members should address all correspondence to the committee secretariat.