Stuart Marshal

      Associate Professor Stuart Marshall is a Specialist Anaesthetist, Lead of Clinical Human Factors at the Australian Centre for Health Innovation (CHI) at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne and Clinical Associate Professor of Medical Education at The University of Melbourne. He has developed (and teaches on) a number of undergraduate and postgraduate patient safety, airway and anaesthetic emergency courses. He is also the convenor of the International Clinical Skills Conference held every two years in Prato, Italy and is a founding director of the charity that administers the conference.

      Stuart has both a Masters degree and PhD in Human Factors from the University of Queensland and currently holds an Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) ECR Fellowship at Monash University, examining the use of cognitive aids (checklists and flowcharts) on team functioning. His work has helped develop and research several internationally used cognitive aids for routine and emergency use. These include those used in airway management, perioperative anaphylaxis and the ISBAR clinical communication tool.

Current roles:
Consultant Anaesthetist,
Director of Clinical Training and Simulation,
Peninsula Health

Senior Research and NHMRC fellow,
Department of Anaesthesia and
Perioperative Medicine
Monash University

Honorary Clinical Associate Professor,
Department of Medical Education