Elizabeth Farmer

Professor Liz Farmer is Chair of the of the Medical Board of Australia’s Expert Advisory Group on Revalidation. She is also Chair of the Australian Medical Council’s Prevocational Standards Accreditation Committee, a role she has held since 2013. In 2007, Professor Farmer was appointed as Dean of Medicine at the University of Wollongong and became the first female general practitioner to become the Dean of a medical school in Australia. Following this, Professor Farmer was the Executive Director of Workforce Innovation and Reform at Health Workforce Australia and led a national program developing policy and practice in health workforce innovation and reform for all health professionals. Professor Farmer now works full time as an independent health sector consultant specializing in health professional education and assessment, accreditation, revalidation and policy development.