Manisa Ghani

Dual-trained in Emergency and Intensive Care Medicine, with broad critical care experience from clinical time at multiple Melbourne hospitals. She completed training in Emergency Medicine before completing Intensive Care Medicine training in 2014, and has been an Intensivist at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne since.

Her passion is in education, both in educating self as well as others. She has been involved in teaching and training since 2008, and is currently working towards formalising this with Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Education. She is an instructor for EMST (Emergency Management of Severe Trauma), APLS (Advanced Paediatric Life Support), and a director/instructor for ARC ALS2 (Australasian Resuscitation Council Advanced Life Support2) courses. She is heavily involved in medical student teaching, both at the University of Melbourne St Vincent’s Clinical School and The University of Notre Dame Clinical School. She is a CICM Co-Supervisor of Training (SOT) at St Vincent’s Hospital.

She chairs ANZCEN (Australia New Zealand Clinician Educator Network) Clinician Educator Incubator Pilot program, one of the initiatives by ANZCEN.

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