Personal details

Name
Adjunct Professor Anne-Maree Kelly
Position(s)
Adjunct Professor
Faculty of Law,
Research (Law),
Law School Research
Discipline *
Other Law and Legal Studies, Clinical Sciences, Public Health and Health Services
Email
Location
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Qualifications

MD (University of New South Wales)

Professional memberships
and associations

Fellow, Australian College for Emergency Medicine

Professorial Fellow, School of Medicine, University of Melbourne

Keywords

Health Law, Medical Litigation, Expert Evidence, Emergency Care, Ethics in Law and Medicine

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Biography

Anne-Maree Kelly is an Adjunct Professor in the Australian Centre for Health Law Research, Faculty of Law.

Anne-Maree is an emergency physician and clinical research academic by background.  Her interest in health law came out of her experience as a medical expert for coroners and in medical litigation.  Her areas of research interest in law include:

1. Expert medical evidence

2. Health data governance – especially use of health records for research, consent

3. End of life care – especially clarity and use of Advance Care Directives in emergency departments

4. The interface between ethics, health and medicine

Anne-Maree is an experienced researcher with more than 200 publications in peer reviewed journals and more than 20 book chapters. She was previously co-editor of Textbook of Adult Emergency Medicine, the main textbook in the field in Australia.  She has co-supervised 4 PhDs and more than 50 student research projects. She serves as a specialist reviewer for more than 10 major journals, including all of the major Emergency Medicine journals.

In addition to her qualifications in Medicine, Anne-Maree holds a Master of Clinical Education from UNSW and is completing a Master of Health and Medical Law at The University of Melbourne.

This information has been contributed by Adjunct Professor Anne-Maree Kelly.

Experience

Anne-Maree has served on a number of state and federal advisory bodies including:

1.Senior Clinical Advisor, Emergency Care Clinical Network, Dept. of Health/ Commission for Hospital Improvement/ Safer Care Victoria, Victoria, Australia (2008-18)

2. Co-chair, Acute services working group, Better Cardiac care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people forum. (National, AHMAC initiative) (2013-4)

3. Victorian Quality Council (2004-8)

4. Member, National Asthma Reference Group, Department of Health and Aging.  (2003-5)

This information has been contributed by Adjunct Professor Anne-Maree Kelly.