MBBS(Adel.), MGPPsych(Monash), PhD(Adel.), FANZAHPE, FAMEE.

(Elected academic staff member - from October 2017)

Professor Gary D. Rogers is Professor of Medical Education and Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) at the Griffith University School of Medicine, in addition to roles as Program Lead in Interprofessional and Simulation-Based Learning for the Griffith Health Institute for the Development of Education and Scholarship (Health IDEAS), Health Group Chapter Chair of the Griffith Learning and Teaching Academy and clinical practice as an HIV physician at Gold Coast University Hospital.

He chairs the Fellowship Committee of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) and serves on the Executive Committee of AMEE, the International Association for Medical Education.

Gary’s educational research focuses on the utilisation of extended, multi-method, simulation techniques to develop the communication, collaboration and decision-making skills, as well as the personal resilience, of senior students from multiple health professions prior to practice.

He is a passionate defender of academic standards, especially in the professions, in order to protect the safety of the community.  He believes that a university should judge its success through direct assessment of the good that it does in the world rather than through competition and comparison with other institutions.