Alumni Insights - Family GP and Medical Educator, Dr Ramya Raman

Fremantle 03 Jul 2020

A decade of change in weeks: How General Practice adapted under pressure

Date: Friday 3 July 2020
Time: 9am Perth time (GMT +8) | 11am Sydney time (GMT+10)
Location: Register for the Zoom link

The University of Notre Dame Australia is proud to highlight the achievements and unique experiences of our graduates in our Alumni Insights series. We trust you are finding the discussions thought-provoking and inspiring.

Our next speaker, Dr Ramya Raman, Family GP and Medical Educator, has been instrumental in establishing drive through flu vaccination clinics during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr Raman will be discussing how General Practice has adapted during the health crisis.​

Earlier this year, Dr Raman spoke at our International Women’s Day event in Fremantle. We are excited she is able to join us to share her journey into medicine, career insights, and the challenges she has faced as a leader in General Practice in 2020.

Tune in to our ongoing Alumni Insights sessions each month to discover more. Register online to receive the Zoom link.

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  • About the speaker

    Ramya is an experienced GP with a passion for family medicine and has a special interest in women's and children's health. She graduated from The University of Notre Dame, Fremantle and was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners after comprehensive hospital and general practice training in Perth.

    As a medical educator, Ramya is actively involved in training the next generation of doctors at The University of Notre Dame and WAGPET (training doctors in their chosen specialty of General Practice). She is an elected Council member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Western Australian Faculty where she represents and advocates colleagues on issues that face general practitioners.