Profile

Katharine A Wallis

A/Prof Katharine Wallis

qualifications: MBChB, PhD, MBHL, Dip Obst, FRNZCGP, FACRRM

position: Associate Professor

Associate Professor Katharine Wallis is a GP on the Gold Coast, and academic in the Primary Care Clinical Unit at the University of Queensland in Brisbane. Katharine hails from New Zealand. She gained her medical degree from the University of Otago in Dunedin, and later a master’s degree in bioethics and health law, and then a doctorate. She has worked in general practice in both the north and south islands and for both the University of Otago and the University of Auckland. Katharine’s research interests centre around patient safety, in particular supporting safer prescribing in routine practice. Her turangawaewae (spiritual home) is Wanaka, in the south of New Zealand.


Register Now
About our regions
News & Events

COVID-19 in a remote Thai village in a tropical forest
article

Video Summary | Rural Doctors Network of New South Wales shifting to focus on capability
article
read more

Video | The 'Snake song': a pilot study of musical intervention in Eswatini
article
read more

56th Provincial Surgeons of Australia 2020 Annual Scientific Conference
web link

2020 2nd Annual Native American and Rural Emergency Medicine Conference
web link

RHC 2020
web link

SARRAH 2020 National Rural and Remote Allied Health Conference
web link

10th EURIPA Rural Health Forum
web link

Rural Health Clinic Conference
web link

AIDA Conference 2020
web link

2020 CLIC Conference, Stellenbosch
web link

38th CRANAplus Annual Conference
web link

RMA2020: Rural Medicine Australia
web link

Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium
web link

3rd Australasian Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Conference
web link

Digital Health Institute Summit 2020
web link

WONCA World Conference 2020
web link

Connect with us
Facebook
Twitter
Linkedin
Email