Who We Are

GPSA Board

Constitution of GPTA Ltd


Dr Srishti Dutta | Director, Chair

MBBS, MRCGP, FRACGP, DFSRH, DRCOG, DCH SCCA Advanced Certificate of Dermoscopy

Dr Srishti Dutta is a GP with over a decade of clinical and non-clinical experience, having worked across 3 continents and observed a range of health systems closely. She has attained fellowship as a GP both in Australia in the UK, is a GP supervisor and ECT visitor, an Examiner for the RACGP, a Medical Facilitator at the Black Dog Institute, and a GP Liaison Officer (GPLO) as part of the joint initiative between Metro North HHS and Brisbane North PHN: where, in her words, “influencing without power” is a key skill on which she relies.


Dr Frank Maldari | Director, Deputy Chair


Frank has been a General Practitioner for 28 years and is a partner in Christies Beach Medical Centre, a privately owned General Practice of over 50 years history. Frank has been involved as a Supervisor of Students, Interns, RMO’s and General Practice Registrars for over 15 Years. Frank is a SLO for GPEx and has roles on various committees within GPEx. He has had previous board experience with the Southern Division of General Practice.


Leonie Chamberlain | Director, Chair of FARMG Committee


Leonie has a great interest in developing the education of Registrars. She is passionate about ensuring Registrars not only receive great clinical training but that they are also prepared to enter the world of General Practice as educated and informed business people. Leonie has presented to registrars at both MCCC and EVGPT workshops and has also regularly presented to Practice Managers on issues including the NTCER, recruitment and business development.


Dr Candice Baker | Director, Deputy Chair of FARMG Committee

Dr Candice Baker obtained fellowship as an Australian General Practitioner in 2015, then as a Canadian Family Physician in 2020. Outside her time working in Ontario Canada through 2020 and 2021, she has been at the same training practice in regional Victoria for 10 years. It was here she became involved in the supervision of medical students and registrars in an informal capacity before becoming an accredited supervisor early in 2022.

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Dr Kate Manderson | Director

Dr Kate Manderson is an experienced GP supervisor and Principal GP of 4 practices in the Shoalhaven, with special interests in Aerospace Medicine, Clinical and Military Medicine, and Women’s Health. She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) whose governance background includes 5 years as the President and Chair of the Australasian Society of Aerospace Medicine (ASAM), chairing the ASAM Policy and Advisory Committee, and performing the role of Finance Director for the Shoalhaven Division of General Practice.

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Dr Nick Tellis | Director


Nick has been a practising GP since 2001, achieving his specialist Fellowship (FRACGP) in 2007. Since then he has owned and run several successful practices as well as being a supervisor and examiner of RACGP registrars and a supervisor and educator of Flinders and James Cook University Medical Students. Nick has been active in a number of medical groups and committees. He is also an active business networker outside of medicine and has been a member of a business referral and networking group in Adelaide for 3 years (President for 18 months of this). These positions have given Nick experience with governance, communication, commercial issues, and real world solutions which he is very keen to use to support the GPSA community.

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Dr Shea Wilcox | Director


Shea runs a busy medical practice in the Inner North of Melbourne, with a focus on high-quality patient care, medical education to a high number of GP Registrars, and minimally invasive surgical techniques. After working in a variety of metro and rural hospitals throughout Australia during his early medical career, he passed his GP Fellowship exams and became Ships Doctor on the Greenpeace icebreaker, the Arctic Sunrise. Following this reasonably brief life at sea he founded a medical clinic in Melbourne, completed his PhD, and undertook training in the UK in minimally invasive surgical techniques. He now spends most of his days helping train GP Registrars, seeing patients and running around staying on top of his academic roles.


It's very easy to feel isolated working in the general practice setting - but being a member of GPSA's community of practice means never being alone or unsupported.


We may be small, but that's what makes us nimble... And it helps that we have a passion for supporting the people committed to high quality supervision for tomorrow's GPs.

Date reviewed: 30 November 2023

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