Professor Peter Yellowlees
PROFESSOR OF PSYCHIATRY,
VICE CHAIR FOR FACULTY DEVELOPMENT, THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA DAVIS
PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN TELEMEDICINE ASSOCIATION

Prof Yellowlees was the founding director of The University of Queensland’s Centre for Online Health until 2004, before he moved to Sacramento, California where he is Vice Chair for Faculty Development and Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California Davis. He is President of the American Telemedicine Association, a member of the National Academy of Sciences review committee evaluating the national VA mental health services for veterans, a member of the American Psychiatric Association workgroup on telepsychiatry, and co-founder of HealthLinkNow Inc.

Prof Yellowlees is an experienced speaker and media commentator who has written and produced over 150 video editorials on Psychiatry for Medscape. He has a number of research interests and is presently working on the development and validation of asynchronous telepsychiatry, automated translation and clinical interpreting systems, internet e-mail and video consultation services and assessment and treatment protocols to improve physician health and wellness. He chairs the UC Davis Health System Wellbeing Committee and has many physicians as patients. He has provided clinical consultations to patients on Indian Health reservations via telemedicine for over a decade.

Prof Yellowlees has worked in public and private sectors in the USA, Australia and the UK, in academia, and in rural settings. He has published five books and over 200 scientific articles and book chapters.

The forum will be held on Friday 1 November 2017 12.00pm to 1.00 pm (Qld time) in the Translational Research Institute (TRI) seminar room 2007 at the PA Hospital. Please RSVP to chsr@uq.edu.au.

A light lunch will follow the forum. Do not hesitate to circulate the forum details to colleagues who could be interested. For more information, please contact the CRE in Telehealth team.

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Venue

TRI
Room: 
Seminar Room 2007