Prof Kevin Forsyth
Kevin is a Professor of Paediatrics at Flinders University, Director of CPMEC, Chair of the International Pediatric Association’s Education and Workforce SAG, Chair of GapHeal and Chair of the Global Pertussis Initiative.
He is a paediatric immunologist and convenor of the organisation GapHeal, Global Alliance for Paediatric Health Education and Leadership, which works to improving support for child health workers in leadership, clinical competence and training expertise globally.
Kevin is also the Presiding Chair of the South Australian Department of Health Medical Education and Training Council and was the inaugural Dean and Director of Education for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians 2006-2010.
Dr Richard Johns
Dr Johns has worked in general practice for over 30 years as an owner/partner. He has held a range of roles with Southern Division of General Practice, General Practice Network South and SAFKIML, largely in the continuing professional development field and other advisory roles.
He serves as an RACGP examiner and a member of the RACGP PESCI panel as well as chairing the Griffith Rehabilitation Hospital Medical Advisory.
Ms Rosey Batt
Ms Batt is a lawyer with 30 years’ experience in commercial law. She is an experienced Board director across many sectors including health and education.
Ms Batt has a specific interest in corporate governance and Director’s duties and responsibilities. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Company Directors and a facilitator in the Company Director’s course both nationally and internationally.
Dr Rachel Swift
Rachel is the Managing Director at Swift Outcomes a health care consulting firm. She has 16 years’ international experience in health care delivery, global health and biomedical research, including a decade with The Boston Consulting Group and roles as a strategic advisor in West Africa during the 2014 UN Ebola Emergency Response Mission and with the Clinton Health Access Initiative to launch a new program to combat maternal and childhood malnutrition in East Africa. She is an experienced director serving on Federal Government Health Care and NFP Boards.
Rachel has held teaching appointments at the Universities of Oxford, Southern California, Adelaide, and Magdalen College School. She is a published medical and global health researcher with a doctorate in Clinical Medicine from the University of Oxford where she was a Rhodes Scholar.
Ian Smith is the Director, College Services in the College of Medicine and Public Health at Flinders University.
Ian has led business change in a wide range of public and private sector organisations.
Prior to his role at Flinders University, Ian established new ways of doing business in mining, media, defence, government, agriculture and the energy industries. Previous roles have included Group Manager, IT solution and Projects at Origin Energy Ltd and Chief Information Officer for AAB Grain, now known as Viterra.
Assoc. Prof David Rosenthal
Assoc. Prof David Rosenthal has practised as a rural GP in his home town of Renmark in the South Australian Riverland for more than thirty-five years.
In addition to accepting a rural clinical workload, including anaesthetics, he is active as Senior Lecturer in rural medical education at the Flinders University, and in a successful local teaching program, he is involved with the placement and education of eight medical students who spend their entire third year of study based in general practices in the Riverland.
He was Foundation President of the South Australian Rural Doctors Association and later a President of the National Rural Doctors Association. David is interested in the construction of rural health care delivery systems and in the education of both medical students and intending rural general practitioners. He is an inaugural Board member of the Rural Health Education Foundation.
He is also Chief Consultant, Safety & Quality for Country Health SA.
Inge is an experienced operations and change management expert with significant experience in managing cross functional teams . Inge has held the company secretary role at ModMed Institute since 2017 and is currently completing her MBA at UniSA.