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2018 CPMEC Clinical Educator of the Year Award

The CPMEC Australia & New Zealand Clinical Educator of the Year Award has been presented anually since 2010. The award recognises clinical educators across Australia and New Zealand who have made a major contribution to the education and training of junior doctors.

The recipient of this award should be a clinical educator who fulfils more than one of the following criteria: 

  • Made a significant contribution to teaching of junior doctors; and/or
  • Evidence of developing innovative programs and approaches for junior doctors; and/or
  • Made a significant contribution to mentoring and the provision of career advice to junior doctors; and/or
  • Made a significant contribution to promoting the well-being of junior doctors; and/or
  • Evidence of advocating for junior doctors education and training in the workplace and beyond, which could include contributions to a Postgraduate Medical Council (or equivalent); and/or
  • Evidence of improving education and training opportunities in rural health; and/or
  • Other relevant contributions

The 2018 CPMEC Clinical Educator of the Year Award was presented to Dr Lucy Kilshaw from Western Australia.


The state and territory winners for 2018 were:

Northern Territory:    Dr Marco Briceno

Victoria:   Dr Eric Moyle

New South Wales:   Dr Scott Murray

South Australia:    A/Prof Stephen Hedger

Western Australia:    Dr Lucy Kilshaw

Queensland:    Dr Ryan Frazer

Australian Capital Territory: Dr Daniel Fawaz

New Zealand:   Ms Helen Clark


Previous Winners:-

2017: Dr Jonathan Albrett (NZ)

2016: Dr Monica Gope (WA)

2015: Dr Mary Wicks (NT)

2014 Dr Lynn Hemmings (TAS)

2013 Dr Pat Alley (NZ)

2012  Lynne Denby (VIC) & Amanda Cawthorne-Crosby (NT)

2011   Dr David Oldham (WA)

2010   Dr Richard Tarala (WA)