Our Facilitators

Dr Anthony Holley


Dr Anthony Holley is an Intensivist working at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. He is a senior lecturer with the University of Queensland Medical School and serves on the Australia and New Zealand Intensive Care Society National Executive Board as the Honorary Treasurer.

Anthony is an examiner for the fellowship of the College of Intensive Care Medicine of Australia and New Zealand and has authored six book chapters and 33 peer reviewed publications. He is a supervisor of intensive care training at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and is an instructor for BASIC (Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care), EMST (Early Management of Severe Trauma) and ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support).

Anthony serves as a representative for the National Blood Authority Critical Care Group in developing the Australian Patient Blood Management Guidelines and also serves in the Royal Australian Navy Reserves, having been deployed to peace keeping operations in Bougainville, East Timor and the Persian Gulf. Anthony served in Afghanistan in 2012 as a force insertion and extraction medical officer with SOTG and then again in 2013 as an Intensivist at the American led NATO Role III Hospital in Kandahar. He served in Taji, Iraq at the ANZAC Role 2E hospital in 2016. Anthony has recently returned from serving on Operation Resolute.

Dr Rajeev Hegde

MBBS, MD, EDICM, FCICM, Post Grad Diploma Crit Care Echo

Dr Rajeev Hegde is a Senior Staff Specialist in Intensive Care at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and joined as a Specialist in Intensive Care at RBWH in June 2005.
He has been actively involved in teaching and training in Intensive Care for over a decade and serves on the ANZICS National Executive Board as Qld Regional Chair.

Rajeev has been Supervisor of Training since 2008 and this role has been instrumental in the training of CICM (College of Intensive Care Medicine of Australia and New Zealand) fellowship trainees as well trainees of other specialities including RACP (Royal Australasian College of Physicians), ACEM (Australian College of Emergency Medicine) and ANZCA (Australia and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists).

He is also an examiner for CICM’s final fellowship exam and for the past 10 years has been a faculty member for BASIC (Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care) course. Dr Hegde is Co-convenor of the Current Concepts in Critical Care course, which has been running for over 3 years.

Previous Faculty

  • Dr Anthony Brown – Specialist, Emergency
  • Dr Neil Widdicombe – Specialist, Intensive Care
  • Dr Cameron Curley – Specialist, Haematology
  • A/Prof Jeremy Cohen – Specialist, Intensive Care
  • Professor Keshwar Baboolal – Specialist, Internal Medicine
  • Dr John Gowardman – Specialist, Intensive Care
  • Dr Peter Stewart – Specialist, Cardiology
  • Dr Jason Davis – Cardiology
  • Dr John Rowell – Specialist, Cardilogy
  • Dr Rebecca Cleary – Haematology
  • Professor Marianne Vonau – Specialist, Neurosurgery
  • Dr Judith Bellapart – Specialist, Intensive Care
  • Dr Lindy Jeffree – Speclialist, Neurosurgery
  • Dr David Paterson – Specialist, Infectious Diseases
  • Professor Jeff Lipman – Specialist, Intensive Care
  • Dr Krispin Hajkowicz – Specialist, Infectious Diseases
  • Dr Michael Muller – Burn Surgeon
  • Dr Steve O’ Donoghue – Specialist, Intensive Care
  • Dr Jason Brown – Burn Surgeon
  • Dr George Pang – Specialist, Intensive Care
  • Dr Jason Pincus- Specialist, Intensive Care
  • Dr Catherine Hurn – Staff Specialist, Emergency and Trauma Centre
  • Dr Letitia Gore – Registrar, Microbiology
  • Dr Andrew Mallett – Senior Medical Officer, Renal Medicine